Computer with two hard drives can you unplug one of them? Tags: Hard Drives Computer Storage Last response: September 25, 2010 1:54 AM in Storage Share lisaw1026 September 25, 2010 1:36:50 AM Hello, I have a computer that has two hard drives. i am having issue with using the retore disk and keep getting errors. I wonder if one of the hard drives is bad. is there a problem to unplug and just run on one? More about : computer hard drives unplug KingArcher September 25, 2010 1:54:54 AM You can unplug the hard drive that is not the main drive. That is, the one with windows installed on it should stay connected [I am assuming it is windows]. Also please do give details like what Operating System, Motherboard, what was the error you got, what was the reason to try a restore.....so that we can get a better picture of the problem. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Windows 7 on two hard drives in same computer ? Forum Installing two hard drives when one has Windows on it already? Forum two 500gb wd hard drives .. what do i do with them ?? Forum Computer wont turn on unless I unplug it Forum None of my hard drives work anywhere I try them Forum One hell big of a problem regarding Hard Drives . Help me before I snap Forum Is it OK to unplug USB devices without turning them off? Forum what if you unplug 1 sub HDD? Forum Windows 7 on two hard drives in same computer ? Forum I have two hard drives , if I reinstall Windows on my C:/ drive ... Forum My cmos battery wont hold charge when i unplug the computer it wont post Forum Two PSU's in one Computer (Is my new one dead?) Forum Buying two 1 tb hard drives or just one 2TB drive Forum Two computers, one esata hard drive ? Forum I have two hard drives on my computer one has c particion d and other is f how d Forum Unplug HDD from working system Forum Two hard drives on one computer do i need windows on both Forum Best SSD Of 2013, Which is it? Forum Made partition on external hd with windows 7 now can't use with mac Forum Can I use Sata II drives on Sata III port Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !