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Windows 7: Partitions?

13 Jan 2011   #31

Windows Prox64

Cheers, Ive justfound a bit about it froma book.

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13 Jan 2011   #32

Windows Prox64

Oh and thanks so much for the help all of you, much appreciated. Great forum I can see this will become a second home
My System SpecsSystem Spec
13 Jan 2011   #33

Windows 7 Enterprise

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by OnTheRopes View Post
Xarden I dont think so I have the following

A main window with Disk 0 Unallocated Space 931.5Gb

then under that there is a drop down box where I can alter the size of MB
then there is an apply or cancel button, there is nowhere for anymore selections
Yes, that's what I meant. So if you altered the size to be say, 700MB, then that would create a partition 700MB, and leave 231MB as unallocated space for which you can create another partition(s).

You have more idea on how you want to structure your drives, so regard this as info rather than advice
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14 Jan 2011   #34

Windows Prox64

I have just installed Macrium Reflect onto the new system and it identifies the system reserved partition of 100Mb that is automatically created by Windows, i also recognises the 146Gb partition that I created on installation C:, however there is no partition D: for the rest of the drive??
My System SpecsSystem Spec
14 Jan 2011   #35

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Windows 7 Home Premium SP1, 64-bit

Go to Disk Management in Windows and take a screen shot of your disk/partition layout.

Post that pic in this thread so we can better see what is going on. It likely isn't a Macrium issue.
My System SpecsSystem Spec
14 Jan 2011   #36

Windows Prox64

I have managed to sort it. I used disc management and created the partitionsI wanted in there, I guess this is the correct way to do it it just wasnt very clear. I eventually found it in 'windows the definitive guide'

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