I have two hard drives on my PC one 40 gb and another 200 gb, I used the 40gb one for windows and program installations while the other for other types of data storage like music and video. Now recently I had some trouble with the 40 gb one, it started showing low disk space for no reason, even though I had only 10 gb on it, It would show 5gb free then 5 min later 753mb free and so on. So I decides to format the drive, I ran into a little trouble, so I installed windows on the other drive the formatted to 40 gb one from windows. Then installed windows on the 40gb one and now I have windows on both.
The 40gb one is set as my primary, when my pc starts It lets me choose which Windows Xp I want to start with. Now I have had this happen before as I had previously done the same thing ( had two windows installed on each drive ) but now itâ€™s giving my some trouble when I install software.
So my question is there some way I can disable the Windows installed on the 200 gb drive without deleting it, so I wonâ€™t be forced to choose a Windows when my pc starts and files wonâ€™t transfer to Documents and Settings folders on both drives when I install some software.