Crisps, on 21 July 2012 - 11:35, said:
On a Windows based machine, what comes after :Z?
You can connect an unlimited number of drives to Windows, but you can't assign a letter to more than 24 of them (A & B are reserved for floppy drives). Although you wouldn't be able to assign a letter to them you can mount them to a folder and access them that way, much like how you can on Linux.
So, in reality you just start using something other than the letters after Z, but I doubt many people run into this issue...
PsYcHoKiLLa, on 21 July 2012 - 00:11, said:
...on 2 drives, one at 500GB and one at 1.5TB.
Also I presume you followed the usual SSd guidelines and turned off hibernation, changed the pagefile to be on your other drive and made sure defrag is off?
I understand that the page file could cause excessive writes, but wouldn't you want that on your fastest drive to make the system more responsive? If so, placing it on the slowest drive would hurt performance...