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Thread: Using pen drive as regular hard disk - Ok? or Not ok ?

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    Re: Using pen drive as regular hard disk - Ok? or Not ok ?

    For me it's kinda the other way. I have the hardware that all the heavy stuff was written for. Why not use it?
    Help stamp out MBR partition tables. Use GPT instead!

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    Re: Using pen drive as regular hard disk - Ok? or Not ok ?

    Quote Originally Posted by krishan23 View Post
    My laptop hard disk got crashed. But until I replace I want to do my home works. So I installed Ubuntu 11.10 on 16GB Kingston DT101 G2 pen drive.

    My question is, using my pen drive as my regular disk for 1 or 2 weeks is that OK ? Will I get any problems in my pen drive? After I replace my hard disk can I use that pen drive as normal ( just assume I will use my laptop at least 12 hours per day).

    Also, I have 500GB Toshiba External hard disk. Do I need to use that external hard disk is that better? or I can I use my pen drive?.

    Since now days everybody using the pen drive to install Linux ,the answer would help other people to clear the doubt regarding using pen drive as hard disk.
    I have a problem same as you. If you found the answer would you please send me with codes.

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