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Windows 7: partition in basic disk

11 Aug 2012   #1
cherrycool

Windows 7 Home Basic 64bit
 
 
partition in basic disk

i wanna divide the 'C' ,i used the "New simple volume wizard " after pressing finish i got the msg
The operation you selected will convert the selected basic disk to dynamic disk. if you convert the disk t dynamic , you will not be able to start installed operating systems from any volume on the disk (except the current boot volume). are you sure ?

when i press yes i got error msg
" Dynamic disk are not supported by this operating system or server configuration . dynamic disk are not supported on clusters.

can you help plz i dont wanna format plz advise me,,,,plz plz !!


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11 Aug 2012   #2
Bare Foot Kid
Microsoft MVP

W 7 64-bit Ultimate
 
 

Hello cherrycool, welcome to Seven Forums!


Do not let it convert to Dynamic, if you do Windows may not boot/start at all.


Please post a snip/screen-shot of a maximized Windows disk management for us to see before we suggest anything; have a look through the information in this tutorial at the link below for some additional ideas and be sure to post back with any further questions you may have and to keep us informed.
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