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Windows 7: Disk Partitions Help

29 May 2010   #11

Windows 7

Disk 1 should only be an actual physical disk, not a logical partition. If you only have one harddisk on your computer, there should be no Disk 1, unless you have an external drive connected to your computer at that time.

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29 May 2010   #12

Windows 7 Professional

i know about assigning a letter to a drive.. and thats not my problem...


hmm. is that so. ok.
but how come i had a DIsk 1 when i bought my laptop and was running vista.
but if its like that sorry for the trouble.
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