This sucks

So i got new PC few days ago and i noticed a problem.

So i have C Hard disk, windows 7 is installed there.
And then i have this G Hard disk, where i am supposed to install my games and movies.

For example when i try to install Dishonored into my G drive (1000GB) it is slow and crashes and i cannot complete the installation.
Same thing is with League of legends, Guild Wars 2 and oblivion.

But when i try to install my games on my C drive, it works perfectly and fast no crashing.

Could someone reply to this because i dont have the space to install games to my C drive.

is anyone else suffering about the same problem
My specs
2x Xeon 5150 dualcore 2,66ghz
Gtx 560
4 gigs RAM
not sure how many Watt power supply but i know its enough.
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  1. Whoa. You should've mentioned your hdd make and model, because i think problem is in it. Are your C: and G: located on one physical drive or each on separate drive?
  2. Is ur C Drive and ur G Drive is same HDD or different ?
    if different , I think probably is ur HDD is slow on its own ~
  3. You could run chkdsk on the g drive to see if it's bad.
  4. butremor said:
    Whoa. You should've mentioned your hdd make and model, because i think problem is in it. Are your C: and G: located on one physical drive or each on separate drive?



    Sorry for my late reply and not telling wich hard drive do i have.
    http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/138/satap.jpg/
    Here is a picture link of my hard drives box because i dont know the exact model.
  5. http://www.expertreviews.co.uk/internal-hard-drives/1279444/western-digital-caviar-green-1tb
    The greens aren't really that good, I'd look for a better drive before carrying on but if thats not an option then note your windows key, reformat the drive as a single partition and re-install windows,
    best advice i can give I'm afraid
    Moto
  6. Can you recommend any decent Hard drives under 80 euros or that price class.

    I mostly play games.
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