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Old 28-11-2003, 04:00 PM   #1
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Default HD partitioning....how much???

Hi! i've been lost from simply-maya for a long time now........but now i am baaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaack...! :-)
Anyway...
I am preparing my new pc for "hard" 3d creation so... i need it to be organized.. so i was wandering.... how should is split an 120gb hd and an 40GB HD so that i can organize my files easily!??
Tell me your idea!

NotE: I use my pc for : mp3,divx,images and of course 3d! :-) jus keep that in mind! :-)


MY New Pc Specs:
AMD 2800+
ATI RADEON 9600 PRO 128mb
DUAL DDR 1024 (2*512) at 333mhz
120GB and 40GB
SB LIVE 5.1

P.S I am glad to be back....
C U L8r!!!
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Old 28-11-2003, 04:10 PM   #2
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Linux or Windows?
Either way use the 40gb for music and movies and split the 120 in half:
hda1= Bootspace if linux (100mb)
o/s and programs if windows (60gb)
hda2= OS Core and programs if Linux (60gb) (subpartitions recommended)
3dstuff and vid render space if windows (60gb)
hda3= If linux then this is 60gb for 3dstuff and vid render space
hdb1= Mp3s, Divx, Images....
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