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I have my computer connected to an iSCSI drive on my NAS. It is formatted NTFS and works great, shows up just like my internal SATA HDs. Now I would like to replace my internal SATA HD, which is the drive I boot from, with a SSD and reinstall Windows 7. What effect will this have on my iSCSI drive on my NAS? Will I have to reformat it and lose all the data, or will the formatting stay on the NAS and I would just have to re add the drive with drive manager?? Please help! I still dont fully understand the iSCSI thing. Thank you!
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