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  1. Ah, okay, I did that and everything is working flawlessly now. One question though, can I delete all the recovery drives in my previous disk? Those 17GB "recovery" drives that are fairly filled up. I want to delete them all and then make just one single, massive 2TB bulk storage
  2. I'm completely new to this, and I can't afford to lose some of those files. Is there any step by step guide for that?
  3. Okay. But the problem is, most people have a 3rd hard drive to copy their files on. I only have an SSD, and my Hard Drive with windows on it. How do I go about it? I've been looking everywhere for a solution, and only cloning and using the third hard drive/storage solution methods show up. Help?
  4. Is there a tutorial on how to do it? And again, I don't have installation media so I don't really know what to do.
  5. Aww okay. But, wait. I don't have a Windows disk or flash drive. How will that work? I'm leaning towards just straight up deleting my steam games. It took me one day to download most of them, and they all probably add up to a hefty ~200GB. Delete my download directory and bam, should be ready. If worse comes to worst, I'll just straight up download windows to SSD and transfer the main programs. Sounds good?
  6. It just has to be a file share. The new server I just made mostly runs on the cloud but the software is good enough for it to show in the Network tab. I set the permissions to be read and write for the PC's and now the software is working perfectly fine. Thanks for your help!
  7. Hey! I just got a new SSD today, a 128GB Patriot Spark SATA III SSD. The thing is, I have 400+ GB taken up on my hard drive, which has a capacity of 2 TB. From what I've seen, cloning transfers all of the data from my HD to my SSD. Is there any method which allows me to transfer the OS alone, without touching my games, media, or documents? I'm hoping there's free software out there that does the job? Thanks in advance!
  8. Alright then, I went for the IronWolf. Is there anything else I should buy? Does this NAS server come preinstalled with the server OS? Oh, and does LTT have any video on setting up a server? Thanks for helping me out so much BTW, I was absolutely clueless about what to do. Really appreciated.
  9. I think I'll go with this: http://www.frys.com/product/9006247?site=sr:SEARCH:MAIN_RSLT_PG Know any good cheap drives I could use RAID 1 on? I'm opting for two of these: http://www.frys.com/product/5478279?site=sr:SEARCH:MAIN_RSLT_PG
  10. There's a Fry's ~45-50 minutes away from me, I'll have to see if I can manage going there.
  11. Do they offer one day delivery? I'll be needing it by tomorrow morning
  12. It is, but there's always the option to run it with your GPU. I think the AMD Control Center had an option for it.
  13. Oh man. Don't you have an option to run the game on your 370?
  14. The Hyper 212 runs pretty good on my end. About 10-15C less than the stock cooler I have.
  15. I would love to know what CPU you have, if I may ask. Do you have a GPU? Do you run Minecraft and other CPU intensive games on that GPU?
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