"First you must make sure you make backup disks for your computer regularly, when and if your hard drive crashes simply reboot from your back up disks."
Hard drives, removable disks, and CDs are ways of storing information for computers. They make the process of backup up or moving data from a computer much easier.
No, you are not. Just make sure that you format the right drive. I would recommend to disconnect the second drive while you are performing installation. When you finish connect the second drive back.
Let's make it simple! Think of a CD or DVD; they are optical recorded disks. If instead of a plastic coating like the DC or DVD the disk was coated with a VERY thin layer of magnetic material, now you would have a magnetic disk that you could read or write on just like a cassette recorder or a 8-Track recorder. Now, instead of just 1 magnetic disk you stacked 2 or more magnetic disks vertically and if you place a electric coil between each set of disks to read or write to the disk surfaces; then you would have a magnetic hard drive or what is more commonly referred to as: A HARD DRIVE.
You plug in the second hard disk and make sure it's formatted. Voila, you're using two hard disks. Nothing to it, really.
Drives that show up under Hard Disks must be identified as a fixed disk, but flash disks generally show up as removable, so you won't see them under the Hard Disk category.
Typically, a very fine iron oxide coating is put on the surface of disks, but it can be just about any medium that will maintain a magnetic field.
Basic disks and dynamic disks are two types of hard disk configurations in Windows. Most personal computers are configured as basic disks, which are the simplest to manage. Dynamic disks can make use of multiple hard disks within a computer to duplicate data for increased performance and reliability.
Windows does not support booting from a Zip drive, but most Linux distributions do. While one could theoretically use one as a hard drive (for Linux), the low capacity (750 MB max) and relatively slow speed make it a rather unattractive option. Zip disks also have many known reliability problems, so it should not be trusted to store data for a long period of time.
what materials are used to make a drive belt
It means that you are currently using a file or files on the hard drive you are trying to format. If you are trying to format your primary drive you will need to boot to a boot disk - not the C: drive. For most versions of windows you will will need to make the boot disk(s) (an option under My Computer) and boot to those disks rather than your hard drive.
1. You can use WE to copy files on the floppy disk to a folder on the hard drive, then copy contents of the folder to the 10 disks. 2. Use a command prompt window, use the copy command to copy files on the floppy disk to a folder on the hard drive, then use the copy command to copy the contents of the folder to the 10 disks.