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What's the name of your hard drive?

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Just wondering what names do you have for all of your drives? Mine are

C:local disk

E: program files

G: storage drive

I: duplicator

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sda0 and/or mda0 :)

seriously though, really depends on operating system and/or use. easy way to stay organized, though.

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Notebook - Althea

Desktop - DireWolf (ssd sys drive), Media (itunes library), Programs (2tb drive for ... programs)

HTPC - Ripple (ssd sys drive), Media Drive (3tb for TV Shows/DVD rips), Movies (3tb for BD rips). The "Movies" drive came around after I ran out of room on the "Media Drive"...I really do not feel like renaming it now and possibly breaking something.

freenas- backup (for all non media related backups), Media (backup of all Movies/Music/TV Shows...mix of hds equaling approx 7tb)

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Platterpus

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C: Windows

D: Data (documents, music, downloads, games and <snipped>)

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Q: PQService (Windows 7 Recovery Partition)

C: Windows

D: Data

F: Windows 8 Installation Files

N/A System Reserved

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C:\ - Local Disk

E:\ - New Volume

I've got mounted network drives, but they're kinda irrelevant. Public and Downloads for the insatiably curious.

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Relics

DarkSide

Animals

for my three HDD's in the main PC

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^nice Pink Floyd reference (Y)

C: System

D: Storage

E: Games

F: Virtual Machine

X: Extra Storage

Y: More Storage

C,D,E (1TB drive)

F (250GB Drive)

X & Y (1TB Drive each)

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ORION_Main - Operating System - 160GB SSD

ORION_Storage - Programs, Games, User Folders - 1TB HDD

X-RAM - Temp / Cache folders to reduce writes to the SSD - 4GB RAM Drive

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C:\ and D:\ (AKA sda and sdb in Linux) :p

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Local Disk

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Local Disk (C:)

Local Disk (D:)

Local Disk (E:)

Local Disk (J:)

Original, no? :rofl:

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C:\OS

T:\Tanker

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Rich's Local HD (C:)

Rich's External HD (E:)

I know, very creative... :p

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C: MrsSSD

E: MrsHalfTera

F: MrsOneTera

G: MrsTwoTera

H: MrHalfTera

M: MrTwoTera

N: MrThreeTera

Internal drives are Mrs' and external drives are Mr's

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We're suppose to name it?

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We're suppose to name it?

My ex wife calls her iPod, Gary...

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C: System SSD

D: Local Storage

F: Macintosh HD (moving files off before I reformat into another storage drive)

Z: NAS

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We're suppose to name it?

I quickly utilise any opportunity to personify technology. :)

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We're suppose to name it?

Yea, never got that myself.

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C

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pr0nV4u1t

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