Disk Management ?


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BChat

OS is Home Premium 64 bit. 4 separate HDs
Drive 0 = Ultimate 32 bit
Drive 1 = Home Premium 64 bit
Drive 2 = Files
Drive 3 = Backup

When I look in Control Panel-Admin Tools-Comp Mgmnt-Disk Mgmnt it shows
Drive 0 = Files
Drive 1 = Backup
Drive 2 = Home Premium
Drive 3 = Ultimate

If I reboot I get another arrangement
Drive 0 = Ultimate
Drive 1 = Home Premium
Drive 2 = Backup
Drive 3 = Files.

It seems every time I reboot I get a different arrangement. Everything
appears to be working OK.
This is my 1st experience with a 64 bit system, is this normal behavior?


BChat
 
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Ian D

BChat said:
OS is Home Premium 64 bit. 4 separate HDs
Drive 0 = Ultimate 32 bit
Drive 1 = Home Premium 64 bit
Drive 2 = Files
Drive 3 = Backup

When I look in Control Panel-Admin Tools-Comp Mgmnt-Disk Mgmnt it shows
Drive 0 = Files
Drive 1 = Backup
Drive 2 = Home Premium
Drive 3 = Ultimate

If I reboot I get another arrangement
Drive 0 = Ultimate
Drive 1 = Home Premium
Drive 2 = Backup
Drive 3 = Files.

It seems every time I reboot I get a different arrangement. Everything
appears to be working OK.
This is my 1st experience with a 64 bit system, is this normal behavior?


BChat

The drive numbers in Disk Management are based on the
physical disk connections and whether they are IDE, SATA,
or on an auxiliary IDE or SATA controller. If all are SATA
drives connected to the chipset SATA controller, they
will appear in SATA connection sequence, SATA1=Drive0,
etc.
 

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