Originally Posted by dwhite53
My machine is configured with a single, two partition, hard drive. C:\ is for operating system and program installation. Nothing gets saved to the C:\ drive.
D:\ is for all personal data. Everything gets saved to the D:\ drive. I've got D:\ configured with Yadis! to back-up real time to a second hard drive. I periodically (like most, not often enough) do a full imaging of C:\.
Having an OS/program drive and a separate data drive has worked well for me for years.
All the Best,
Those are only separate partitions and hence separate logical, not physical drives. If the drive fails you still lose everything on C and D.
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