OT: what M$ install in second disk/partition

Luqman luqman_ngs at gmx.net
Mon Jan 8 15:24:50 UTC 2007


> Mike wanted us to know:

>If you go that route, I'd just leave the original disk disconnected during
>the Windows install.  I've had issues in the past where Windows will install
>itself in very strange ways across multiple hard disks in such a way that if
>you remove one you didn't think you need or change the boot sector, your
>system will no longer boot properly. So far I haven't been able to figure
>out why that is.  So if anyone knows, I'd be happy to hear about it (no
>point in posting THAT to the main list though).

On my system, M$ installs all the files of users (my documents) in the
second partition. This could also be the second disc. You can turn it
off at some step during installation. But don't ask me where... I don't
use M$ that often.


-- 
Luqman
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