Posted 04 March 2006 - 11:30 AM
Having a second hard drive is fortunate, since you can use it for storage and for backups in case of a disaster. If your current drive is fairly new, I would leave the Operating system and programmes on that, and use the new one (you will probably want to partition it into useable chunks) for storage. If it is somewhat old, then reverse the useage, since the new one will no doubt be faster and last longer.
Putting in a second hard drive is a good time to reinstall your operating system (assuming that has not been done in a couple of years) and other applications and programmes.
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