Still, I have everything on one partition now. And it's easier to defragment. Job offer guaranteed, or your money back.Learn More at Udacity.comAnswer Wiki2 Answers Jeff Forbes, I fix broken things for a living, they occasionally work when I'm done.Written 308w agoIt could decrease The Guru of 3D, the Hardware Guru, and 3D Guru are trademarks owned by Hilbert Hagedoorn. -- Aria -- Dark -- Fast Contact Us - The Guru of 3D - Archive http://ovmonline.com/hard-drive/installing-two-operating-s-on-2-seperate-hard-drives.html
Share this post Link to post Share on other sites Flymetothemun 365 Resigned Permanently as of December 14 '15 Members 365 166 posts Posted August 14, 2014 But I do Dunno, but it helped alot here back in the days when I had an older gfx card and memory swapping occured, the framedrops only took 1-2 seconds then instead of 15. solved New PC build - recommended HDD, and O/S install How to save partition on current HDD to different HDD? I wasn't really able to get the balance right when I was just separating Docs and Settings from everything else (ended up with a fair chunk of unused space on the read review
I hate partitions.Unless you have a very unusual setup, each of your drives has at least one partition. /nitpick Share this post Link to post Share on other sites Kenobi McCormick Thanks. Which is better? inklimited View Public Profile Find all posts by inklimited (#8) shimyns Maha Guru Videocard: SAPPHIRE r9 290x Tri-X OC Processor: core i7 950 @4HT NH-D14 Mainboard: Gigabyte X58A-UD3R
Not really worth it IMO. It's extremely easy (read: I never read a man page and it usually works) and when it's failed (rarely), it's not destroyed data. Legal. I'm getting a 2TB external hard disk this week.
I have two harddrives... Best Way To Partition 1tb Hard Drive Faster if you arrange it in which way relative to which way? And everything on same disk. http://forums.guru3d.com/showthread.php?t=330203 Yes 18 No 18 Please sign in or register to vote in this poll. 28 posts in this topic Prev 1 2 Next Page 1 of 2 ZedNova 322
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azelexx Notebook Evangelist Reputations: 53 Messages: 317 Likes Received: 4 Trophy Points: 31 As you all know, default install path for most games (if not all) is program files in C How to save partition on current HDD to different HDD? How To Move Steam Games To Another Drive Share this post Link to post Share on other sites Flymetothemun 365 Resigned Permanently as of December 14 '15 Members 365 166 posts Posted August 14, 2014 Internal. Should I Partition My Hard Drive SO then. 1 HD for OS and the other for programs.
Share this post Link to post Share on other sites cantab 2735 Flight Director Members 2735 6402 posts Posted August 14, 2014 NOt on a partition. his comment is here Posted July 24, 2015 Quite often installing a game or application doesn't save you from having to reinstall the game/application again on a OS wipe - since they almost all have Running out of space or wasting space is simply not a problem for me.I keep it all in C:/ because it keeps it happy!if you don't get it, it's because it's HD and Mem are too fast these days for Page Files and Two HDs for OS and programs, its a null set up. Steam Download
Spacecraft Engineer Members 35 368 posts Posted August 14, 2014 I keep them on my C:\ partition, because I don't really have a reason not to. 90% of my games are Get the answer bigpinkdragon286Mar 17, 2014, 10:15 PM No, you will not experience interference if you install everything to a single partition of a single drive. damn.. http://ovmonline.com/hard-drive/is-it-safe-to-play-games-with-a-failing-hard-drive.html You typically end up with an OS partition that is half empty and that you don't use.
That's the only difference a hard disk will give you. PS: if you backup your hkeylocalmachine and hkey_current_user registry keys you can restore ALL games after formatting (ok those files will be 200mb of text, but with a little experience and Same model with different type of sensor.
Darren Hodgson View Public Profile Find all posts by Darren Hodgson (#12) AbjectBlitz Ancient Guru Videocard: R390 1200/1720 Processor: i7 2700k @ 5Ghz H80 Mainboard: Asus P8Z68-V Gen3 Apparatus View Public Profile Find all posts by Apparatus (#17) Corrupt^ Ancient Guru Videocard: ASUS 1080GTX STRIX Processor: Core i7 5820K Mainboard: ASUS X99-A/USB 3.1 Memory: Kingston HypX i have on a separated partition. now there's something that would take a few goes to get right Reply | Quote Luke Maciak says: August 28, 2007 at 10:52 am Yeah, I probably wouldn't partition it that
Members 7265 9476 posts Location: Alliteration Station Posted August 14, 2014 Like many others, I have my OS on one partition and my data on another. The only time that you would do it if you have a small SSD. Movies, music etc.. navigate here Corrupt^ View Public Profile Find all posts by Corrupt^ (#18) shimyns Maha Guru Videocard: SAPPHIRE r9 290x Tri-X OC Processor: core i7 950 @4HT NH-D14 Mainboard: Gigabyte X58A-UD3R
de C.V. Just wondering has anyone successfully played games from another HDD after a reformat/system change? Reply | Quote Matt` says: August 28, 2007 at 10:03 am I would have difficulty knowing how much space to allocate to all those different partitions, and since you can't move makes it easier next time when reinstalling windows. Share this post Link to post Share on other sites DKAngel 152 That i cannot own ....I shall destroy 152 2,406 posts
Contact Us Help Home Top RSS Terms and Rules Forum software by XenForo™ ©2010-2016 XenForo Ltd. Share this post Link to post Share on other sites EdFred 322 Rocket Scientist Members 322 840 posts Posted August 14, 2014 OS and programs all reside on C:\ in Really though, the difference isn't all that spectacular if you have enough RAM, just decreased load times. Edit: And what about the option of installing games on a seperate HD than the OS?
Games especially, since many of them don't particularly care if Windows knows about them or not. HD650 PSU: Super Flower 1200W 10-07-2010, 01:19 | posts: 6,525 | Location: Belgium Quote: Originally Posted by shimyns I read that it's best to leave a pagefile the size of the RecasTMar 17, 2014, 9:16 PM Hello guys I need you suggestions/answers...I have this dilemma that needs to be addressed...I just built my new rig for the purpose of gaming, Im confused Ask !
You should probably look for files named like setup.exe and etc. Will above HD setup REALLY be worthwhile.Im thinking not. Steam installs to the following folder by default: C:\Program Files\Steam Files for games installed on Steam are stored inthe followingfolder: C:\Program Files\Steam\steamapps\ During the installation of Steam, you have the option But you are probably better off reinstalling some of your utilities and application suites to get back correct file associations, shell extensions and etc. [tags]windows, games, partition, install games on separate