Windows 10: Will my files on Local Disk (D:) get deleted if i reinstall Windows 10
as long as you re-install to partition C - you should be fine with the files on partition D
As long as you do not delete the current partition scheme
Is D: a separate physical disk or just a partition? If a partition it is not a good location for backups. If the drive fails you will lose everything. That happens even with new drives and often without warning or apparent cause.
Suggest you back up REALLY CRITICAL files to cloud as well, just in case things go pearshaped.
alfa server said:
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