Configure removable hard drives on your Windows XP PC
In this short video tutorial, we’ll show you the steps you should take after adding a new removable hard drive to your PC. If you don’t follow these guidelines, the chances of getting corrupted data on your drive when you remove it are much higher. Based on user feedback, we’ve revised this tutorial to show a better, less confusing method of selecting the correct drive to configure.
Not using Windows XP? For a Windows Vista and Windows 7 version of this tutorial, click here.
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If you are using removable drives for backup, or to store programs on, you should also watch the video tutorial on changing drive letters in Windows XP.
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