I have a 250GB HDD in my MacBook, a 60GB in an enclosure (original Apple HDD), and a 250GB FreeAgent Go that I use for Time Machine. I really don't touch the 60GB one, but I was wondering if it would be a good idea to keep just a basic install of Leopard on it. Recently, I had deleted my Windows Boot Camp partition and tried creating a new one to install Windows 7. It's basically saying I have to wipe my internal hard drive to do it (sorry, not really related to this). When I ran Disk Utility, I kept getting a lot of errors, and when I would start my Mac, I got a flash of Question Mark Folder. I fixed that, but decided to boot off the 60GB to run Tech Tools and Disk Utility, just to see if there are any other problems. So, should I keep this copy of Leopard on this drive, or maybe use it as another back up or to store movie files (they're taking up a lot of room on my internal)?