Re: Using an extra storage HDD on Vista
In article <2D57EADB-33CB-4AAD-B2C1-862B19DC259B@microsoft.com>, =?Utf-8?B?S2V2aW4gSiBG?= <KevinJF@discussions.microsoft.com> says...
> "Don" wrote:
> > Kevin J F wrote:
> > > Well, I'm getting a new computer with Vista preinstalled, and I have a hard
> > > drive that I used on XP as extra storage, but I didn't install XP on the
> > > drive. Can I use the data already stored on the drive without formatting?
> > The only potential problem might be if the extra drive connects to a
> > different kind of disk controller than your Vista machine has. If both
> > disks are IDE or both are SATA then you should have no problems just
> > plugging the old drive into the new machine.
> Alright, thanks, I shouldn't have any problems then.
Even you have to set the jumpers on the drive in the good way.
In your situation "Slave".
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