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I have a ton (Like 30) of games on my 320gb hard drive. It started acting poorly, and I was informed that an impending crash was possible, so I spent a measly 60 bucks to get a second hard drive. No big deal.
Now I have the second, and it's fine. But I still have a tonof games on my first hard drive.
But I can only play them if I boot from my first hard drive. Booting from the second and trying to run the games from the first only results in dll errors and more. I wasn't aware they had to be installed on the drive I boot from. In fact I thought the point of having a boot drive and a slave drive was so that you could boot from one and play from the other.
But this isn't working for me.
1. Why would this be the case?
2. What can I do to work around this?
Reinstalling isn't really an option for some of these, because I don't have the discs anymore.