To some this is not stupid...as we are not as informed as others are. I/we value hearing from people like yourself, who through your daily professional experience can cast a different light on subjects like these. You clearly have a point of view that I am very interested in. It would be great if you could outline this a bit more clearly rather than saying it "just isn't true." There is a time vs money issue here, for me at least and finally knowing the truth would be great. A clearly outlined use of multiple hard drives vs partitions would make my daydoc holiday wrote:i hate arguing stupid stuff on the internet, this is why i haven't been back to make a point.
this is a myth, sure you can read it in books, but it simply isn't true.
if you want to see a performance increase you need to use two harddrives.
dealing with data ends up being my line of work, so i really am speaking from experience
If you don't want to reply to the thread you could enlightn me via pm, that would at least save my public humiliation for my lack of computor savy . I just want to get it right, set it and forget it. Thanks.