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I just want to know if there is a risk if I plug a fat32 drive (laptop sata) as a slave in my desktop where the main drive is in NTFS. I am scared that it ll ask me to format that drive and after lock it until I format it. I have datas that I need.
Since the second drive is only a slave the file format wont matter so its OK if you use a FAT32 on that second drive it wont ask you to format that drive...
Posted on Oct 14, 2008
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