Posted 05 February 2013 - 04:28 PM
That is pretty much the way your system should be set up if you ghosted/copied your original hard drive to your new one.
That vintage of Dell has "Media Direct", which allows your system to start up without booting the entire OS when you insert a DVD or equivilent. Ran across it on a lot of Dells, mainly lappys.
The "EISA Configuration" is a diagnostic partition/utility, normal for Dells. I think you can boot directly to that from the post screen to run diagnostics on the system.
Your hard drive is set up correctly. If you want to change it around, you can delete the "D" and "F" drives to recover the space.
Just my preference, but I run a C: with OS and programs, D: data, and E: Recovery (ghosted C:), and remaining drive letter for optical drive. If something screws up, I can do a clean restore of the C: drive without disturbing my data on D:. Thats just me though.
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