pc eye, you keep correcting everyone. One of these days I wish you would do some research on this subject.
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You don't need to reinstall anything. It is a matter of editing the boot.ini to include both systems.
Wrong drive letter assignment can also be...
Vistas own disk management can also resize the system drive. This is one of the new features of vista. XP was only able to extend data drives
1) It is very possible to have two soundcards running at the same time
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AHCI is the native mode of SATA and requires special SATA...
You cannot possible recover data that has been overwritten.
First off, it requires very special equipment. The electronics in a harddrive is not...
The talk was about recovering data from sectors that has been overwritten. And then is doesn't matter where and and who stored it there.
the cache is like ram in your computer, it will be lost when the power goes.
unwritten sectors? then it is not overwritten, i guess.
it has long...
It is nessecery on some boards. Microsoft has a fix for it. After the fix, you can install the rest of it. The problem shows itself as a blue screen
Have you read about GPT yet?
If you do that math: 3724 - 2048 = 1.6
2048 is the precise number of gigabytes you can partition when using the...
A 32-bit OS can do the same. PAE is often used for that
2^32 is always true when talking about virtual address space. The physical one, the one that holds your ram and other stuff, can be much larger...
And this disk is 5TB in size, right? Have you checked this out yet: http://www.microsoft.com/whdc/device/storage/GPT_FAQ.mspx
The index is how the filesystem keeps track of all the files, where they are on the disk etc. The mbr holds the partition table on a normal disk....
a format only overwrites a small portion of the drive, "the index"
If the entire drive is overwritten with new data, you cannot get it back.
it's unclear to me, in disk management, does your setup show up as 3 drives, or one big drive with 3 partitions?
well, if data is overwritten, i think you need a miracle to get it back :)
about the question, yes after a format you need a bit more work to get...
it is not really a 32-bit operating system limitation, but a decision microsoft made.
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