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Using from non C disk

Last response: in Windows 7
April 24, 2009 4:23:39 PM

As any system xp/vista/windows is installed it seems to set itself as the most important disk....

I would prefere to have 20 to 40 gig disk called O: or so that I can Backup and handle for all OS features and OS related
applications ....
but I would use C: D: ..... for the applications ... using a different backup strategy

Changing the drive letter after instalation works ... but tons of crapp (bad links are placed in the registry ....)
since the fysical name C:\windows is used at different spots

Any suggestions , can it be done ????

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April 24, 2009 5:20:38 PM

It's always best to install Windows on C:, and then if you like put applications, backups, etc on other drives/partitions.
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