No, but my iPod mini only holds 4 gigs... :sad:
I take what n0e says way too seriously
12th March 2004
I have an old pos P3 450 with a 120 gig hd to store downloaded drivers,gamefiles etc.
Makes life pretty easy since everything is at hand at 100 mb/s.
I would die without GF
29th November 2003
'[11PzG USMA2010']No, but my iPod mini only holds 4 gigs... :sad:
Yes... Yes, I know. But back on topic...
I have 5 hours to remove this shit. And restore cant find a previrus date
Well, a simliar situation is why I got myself a second HD. 1 to boot up from, and to for all my data. I got a 4gig for Windows Me, so it would have just enough room to breathe, and used my old drive for data. all I had to do was edit the stuff back into my registry, and I was back to where I was before.
I've since upgraded, to a better OS, and a bigger drive. I still have multiple drives. One for Windows, and one for data. Ofcourse now I've got one for Linux as well, I did partition it so I had an extra drive for Linux data.
When your reformat the drive, Give WinXP a 6gig partition. Or whatever it'll except as minimum. So if this happens again, your less likely to loose all your stuff.
You've just got to remember to install everything to drive D: . :D
Once you've done the "dump data/reformat/reinstall/copy data" dance a few times you'll start to find the notion of buying a NAS server quite reasonable...
I let programs install onto the same partition that Windows lives on and just copy saves and logs when necessary. Somewhat cumbersome, but it allows me to keep my data drive in FAT32 (for obvious reasons). Installers and common files live there. Someday I'll have enough room to build a network proper, and I will put a NAS boxen into the mix.