Re: No C: drive... Only K: drive
Haha, actually I do. I used to read his books when I was younger. I loved reading books that came from the early 1900's. Buying a second hard drive and doing what I did above is a simple fix. If you really have important stuff, you can back them up on DVD's, iPod, external HDD, etc. But cloning a hard drive and turning that into your primary will definitely work. It's just a little more expensive.
2.13Ghz Intel Core 2 Duo-2GB DDR2 800 Mhz-500GB Western Digital Caviar Blue- Nvidia 9400M