|12 Dec 2012||#12|
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Thank you Brink for yet another helpful tutorial. Though my other internal drives were marked as active it never caused any boot problems. This was another one of those irritating issues in windows for me. Within 2 minutes I had marked the 3 other drives as inactive thanks to your guide. Never would have figured that out with out it.
I learned something new today! How do you remember all this shit!?
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