Hard drive about to take a dump.
I think my primary hard drive is about to take a dump. The way I have my junk set up, I have a 10 gig HD at C: that is the boot drive then i have a 120 gig that is at E: that has all my important shit on it.
I usually just leave my computer on all the time, even when not at home. I came home yesterday and I had an error message on the screen that said it couldn't find the primary hard drive. I CTL+ALT+DEL the thing and it went to run the hard drive to re-boot and started making all sorts of clicks and shit and wouldn't boot. It just sat there clicking over and over and over. I then shut the power off for a while and fired it up again and it worked fine. Long story short....I'm now sweating my little 10 gig HD.
Can I just copy all of my windows files onto the E: and then do something in the BIOS to tell it to look there if the C: is not available on start up? Or hell...would it do that automatically if there is nothing at C: or in the floppy? What do I need to do to make sure I have some sort of back up?