Hard drive problem

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I just got a Seagate 320 SATA harddrive. I wanted to add this as a slave drive to my Seagate 160 Ultra ATA/100. I somehow managed this but it lists the 320GB harddrive in the "Safely Remove Hardware" place, I dont want it to be like that.
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Does the new slave work?
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Yeah it does i just dont want it to show over here in the "Safely Remove Hardware"... Dont know if that made any sense

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That usually happens if it is through a USB...It's not an external right?
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Yeah its not external its a Seagate Barracuda 7200.10 ST3320620AS 320GB Serial ATA 7200RPM Hard Drive w/16MB Buffer
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Hmmm...Well, I have looked a little for your problem...But as long as it does not effect the harddrive, and your ability to store data...I don't see the problem...
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Your using that drive on a SATA 3Gbps bus which supports hot-swappability.

It's nothing to worry about.
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Alright thanks.

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