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Can I put my HDD in my brothers PC so I can take some files I got and copy them onto his HDD? I got my Windows on my HDD so I'm afraid something will mess up. So will it work?

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Yeah it will work. Just make sure his drive is still set as the boot drive. Your drive will show up as another drive letter.
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would it not need to be seen first in disk manager meaning it will have to be formated and allocated a letter
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Kap get that post edited please.

Don't know how you talk to your mates but language like that is not necessary.

Remember this is a public forum.
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Yeah it will work. Just make sure his drive is still set as the boot drive. Your drive will show up as another drive letter.
That is spot on, just make sure you boot from the right drive and you are sorted.
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Kap get that post edited please.

Don't know how you talk to your mates but language like that is not necessary.

Remember this is a public forum.
Seriously? Kinda stiff on the rules here or what? But it doesn't matter, just please don't wash my mouth with soap. (My grandma did that to me when I was younger. xD)

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That is spot on, just make sure you boot from the right drive and you are sorted.
Alright. Thanks for the feedback people.
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ofc you read the rules right?

Grannie should of used Fairy.... lasts longer
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Old 03-10-10, 09:20 PM
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ofc you read the rules right?

Grannie should of used Fairy.... lasts longer
I had not... But I have now. I understand why you shouldn't swear a lot, but a simple swear like I had in that thread is not a biggie IMO. But I'll follow the rules because OC3D is awesome.
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