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Windows 2000 Server OS Scsi disk upgrade

By ilovetolls ·
I have an older Dell windows 2000 server. It came with 2 scsi drives and the first was partitioned into a "C" and "D" drive. The operating system is on the "C" drive which is only 4 gig and is now full. The "D" drive contains project data. The server has "hot swap" and I'm in the process of purchasing another scsi drive and having the OS reside on i's own 36 gig drive. The question is what is the procedure for upgrading the disk. I've done it with IDE which is pretty easy but I'm not sure if it's as easy with a scsi drive?


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It's the same procedure as IDE

by OH Smeg Moderator In reply to Windows 2000 Server OS Sc ...

All you have to watch out for is that you have different SCSI Numbers/Addresses on the new Drive that you plug in to Clone to.


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