| || | Partition or Volume - Create New
How to Create a New Partition or Volume in Windows 7
This will show you how to create a new primary partition using Disk Management or Diskpart in Windows 7 from a empty unallocated partition or volume.
|Author: Brink ||Comments: 439 ||Views: 1,028,930 ||Last Activity
15 Oct 2014 |
| || | Partition or Volume - Extend
How to Extend a Partition or Volume in Windows 7
This will show you how to extend a hard disk partition or volume into a empty unallocated space on the same hard disk to make it larger using Disk Management or Diskpart in Windows 7.
|Author: Brink ||Comments: 207 ||Views: 577,029 ||Last Activity
07 Sep 2013 |
| || | Partition / Extended : Logical Drives
How to Create Extended Partition / Logical Drives Where Needed
This shows the different methods to create an Extended partition wherever you need one so you can create as many Logical drives as there are available drive letters.
|Author: Bare Foot Kid ||Comments: 97 ||Views: 148,270 ||Last Activity
06 Apr 2013 |
| || | Portable OS - Carry your OS on an External Drive
How to Create a Portable OS on an External Drive
This tutorial will show you how to create an OS installation on an external USB attached media with which you can carry your OS to any system.
|Author: whs ||Comments: 11 ||Views: 30,629 ||Last Activity
02 Apr 2013 |
| || | Partition Wizard : Use the Bootable CD
Use the Free Partition Wizard Bootable CD
This shows how to use the free bootable Partition Wizard CD to make changes to the Windows partition structure for several reasons, to include if Windows won't start/boot.
|Author: Bare Foot Kid ||Comments: 33 ||Views: 123,864 ||Last Activity
08 Mar 2012 |
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|Author: tw33k ||Comments: 55 ||Views: 34,746 ||Last Activity
28 Mar 2011 |
| || | Partition : Recover Space Used by an Older OS
How to Recover A Partition Used by an Older OS in a Dual Boot
This will show how to recover the space used by an older Operating System in the first position on a Hard Disk Drive after a second OS has been installed to the second position on a HDD in a dual boot configuration.
|Author: Bare Foot Kid ||Comments: 22 ||Views: 100,536 ||Last Activity
30 Dec 2010 |
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