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Dual Hard Drives





Tony The Tiger
I am pricing out a new laptop (I currently use a Jan 2003 Dell Inspiron 8200). Since I have had to add both a 320 GB and a 750 GB external hard drive to my computing system to bolster my 40GB internal purchased before I became an iPodder and video producer with my digital camera. The machines I am looking at have large dual internal hard drives. I am wondering does a 240 GB (dual 2x120) internal hard drive mean that a machine has both a C: and a D: hard drive or is it just two platters recognized as one large disk?
Animal
These will be represented by two different drive letters.
diduknowthat
unless you put this in RAID or JBOD
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