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unallocated space between partitions
(I attached my disk management picture you can see unallocated space before and after the extended partition.)
I installed Windows 7 . during installation I made one partition (70 GB) out of all the unallocated space and left other as an unallocated space
I installed Windows then in disk management I couldn't make extended partition. Windows only allow me to made two more primary partitions.
So I used MiniTool Partition Wizard to make partitions.
But when I made an extended partition with three logical in it I saw two unallocated space (2 MB) after and before the extended partition.
Is it usual?
I have another question?
Which of the processes is better?
1) during installation in the window of where do you want to install Windows (Drive option (advanced)) I make one partition out of unallocated space (for example 70GB) for installing OS and left other space as an unallocated space and after installation I make my partitions in disk management or with MiniTool Partition WizardOr2) during installation in the window of where do you want to install Windows (Drive option (advanced)) I make one partition from all of the unallocated space (all of the disk space) for installing OS and after installation I shrink it and make my partitions.
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