Quote: Originally Posted by IownAmoneyPit
First type "disk management" into the search bar above start menu and click on Create and format disk partitions then when in disk management check which drive is in slot 0 and which one is in slot 1 located to left of drive map and also which one is active as the C drive should be the one marked active.
OK, guess I should have stated the obvious (to me anyway
). Windows is on both the SSD and the HD. I can boot from either via the BIOS. SSD is on 0 (118.8 GB) with OS on Volume Label C-SSDBoot (C:\)
Under this boot OS on HD appears in Disk Mangler as XC-HDBOOT (X: \)
as Disk 1 w/1,863 GB.
So yes, all is well on the hardware / configuration front. I'm wondering since I changed default location of program installs to E:\ on the Programs Partition of the HD, it's using that as a pointer to where it should test. And it looks like that is the ticket .... just ran winsat again and it says its tested Disk 0.
And the proof "is in da puddin' "
Graphics Desktop 7.9
Graphics Gaming 7.9
Primary Hard Disk 7.9