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Thread: How Do I Create More Drives On Mi Comp.?

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    cow_dung's Avatar 2010 Killua
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    is dere a way i can create more drives, if so how becuz im running out of space on mi c: drive??? B)

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    Your talking about your hard drive right? No you can't just create a new drive, you gotta buy a new hard drive.

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    Partition magic 6, 7, or 8. the first 2 are better. Back it all up first!!

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    Originally posted by balamm@6 August 2003 - 09:27
    Partition magic 6, 7, or 8. the first 2 are better. Back it all up first!!
    That won't give him more space like he wants, though.

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    Ah! I see, another one of these.....

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    Originally posted by cow_dung@6 August 2003 - 02:25
    is dere a way i can create more drives, if so how becuz im running out of space on mi c: drive??? B)

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    Get a big external HDD. They are quite cheaper nowadays.
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    if you cant afford a new drive then burn everything you wanna keep to cd and delete it from ya drive. just out of interest how big is ya hardrive now?

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    I&#39;m looking for a 40GB IDE/EIDE HDD really cheap in sterling (pounds ) not 4200rpm but preferbly 7200rpm, 5400 may be okay.

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    Originally posted by Amarjit@6 August 2003 - 14:30
    I&#39;m looking for a 40GB IDE/EIDE HDD really cheap in sterling (pounds ) not 4200rpm but preferbly 7200rpm, 5400 may be okay.
    I could help you out with pretty cheap deals but in US.

    Post as a separate topic you will get more replies on there. And definetly dont get less than 7200 RPM and atleast get 80 gb.

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