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    installing win xp on 2 hard disks

    hi, my computer currently has 2 hard disks, a 40GB (master) and a 80GB (slave).
    how do i do a fresh install with separate hard disks?
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    You just install as per usual, and select which HDD you want to use as the C: (System) disk when it asks where you want to install to... You should be able to see which disk is which as the bigger disk will obviously have a bigger number (surprise surprise!) next to it....
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