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Why FS on separate drive?

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I have always installed fs on its own separate drive.We are having to reinstall windows and my computer guy is questioning me as to why I do this.They are mechanical drives.Also,does fs pull off the hard drive after it is loaded when flying?I am trying to explain the reasons for this but I am not a computer guru.Anyone with a good explanation that I could take to him would be appreciated.Thanks,Ron

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