ISP Installation Tags: Internet Service Providers Hard Drives Windows XP Last response: March 8, 2006 1:08 PM in Windows XP Share Larkina March 8, 2006 1:02:44 PM I have 2 hard drives. My operating system is installed on my primary drive and my programs are on the secondary drive. To get the best performance which drive would be better to install the Internet Service Provider? More about : isp installation sturm March 8, 2006 1:04:04 PM Install on the main drive, although it doesnt really matter. ISP isnt going to be a taxing program at all. Larkina March 8, 2006 1:08:03 PM Thank you very much Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources (MN-500) ISP firewall blocks Installation? Forum SolvedMaximize use of two cable modem/ISP Forum SolvedDo I need an ISP? Forum SolvedIs my ISP messing with my modem just so I have to pay them to fix it? Forum SolvedHow to get wireless internet without an ISP? Forum SolvedFiber Cable ISP vs WiMax (Gaming & Ping) Forum SolvedPlease help, ISP noob and need answers Forum SolvedI had only one cable from ISP. from that I have to utilize my all Static IPs. what I have to do? Forum SolvedHow do I slave my Linksys EA4500 to my "Connection Hub" from Bell (Canadian ISP) for increased strength/range? Forum SolvedBoth vpn - isp Forum SolvedConstant disconnects, is it my router or ISP? Forum SolvedSharing nas access over 2 networks different ISP connection within home Forum SolvedMost free ISP? Forum SolvedPrivate APN network binded to ISP CPE for internet access Forum SolvedCan you have internet with out an ISP? Forum SolvedRouter is affecting my ISP Speeds Forum SolvedGPU vs CPU vs ISP Forum Solvedcan i connect with two isp? Forum SolvedMy ISP provider have ip 10.101.10.4 but when i connect it to the router. than router turns its ip as 192.168.0.1 from where i Forum SolvedPort forwarding TP-LINK behind ISP's router Forum More resources Read discussions in other Windows XP categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Video !