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I now have three hard drives on my machine and would like to know the most efficient way to configure.

Win XP Pro / Intel D865PERL / P4HT machine

Drive 1) Serial ATA Seagate 300Gig split into C: & F: drives with NTFS file system (now my primary used drives)
Drive 2) IDE Maxtor 120Gig primary master G: (currently unaccessable, old FAT32 - windows crashed and I will soon reformat for data storage with NTFS file system)
Drive 3) IDE Maxtor 160Gig primary slave H: drive with NTFS file system(currently used for data storage and will continue to do so)

Should the 'old' Maxtors be set a 'Seondary Master & Slave' or Primary?

Thanks,

Denver
 

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I don't think it'll make any difference in your performance, at least none that you'll notice. I'd just put them where it's convenient cable wise.
 
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