My wife's Windows XP tower computer won't boot. It has two SATA hard drives. Initial troubleshooting procedures didn't fix it. Prior to troubleshooting further, I'm considering connecting her two SATA Hard Drives up to my working computer to retrieve data as well as determine whether or not the drives are bad. I suspect that her SATA controller card is bad although it's possible that she has a boot sector virus. Her SATA drive number one has two partitions. Partition one is the boot partition with a logical drive address of E:. Partition two is C:. Will there be a problem with replacing my 4th SATA drive (logical drive address H: ) on my working computer with this two-partition SATA drive in order to retrieve data and determine whether or not it works?