I recently had to reinstall my windows OS. I think I made some mistakes when I formatted the drives. My WDC WD800JB-00FMAO 80 GB drive is listed as volume D and also as the boot drive. My Seagate ST320011A 20 GB drive is also on the same disk and running as the system. Isn't this backwards?
I accidentally set it this way upon reinstalling the OS. Also, volume C's capacity is 8MB. How do I fix that also?
I've heard that all your programs should be installed on the 'C' drive and all music, pictures, movies, downloads, and backups should be located on the 'D' drive. Is that correct? Is there anyway to repair these issues w/o reinstalling windows, again? SCREEN SHOT BELOW
Edited by Jasonb20, 19 June 2009 - 11:49 AM.