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MS DOS partition is always a DOS partition.. You can not make a Non-DOS partition using DOS..

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it doesn't need to be, in systems where you have to make the partition yourself you can decide how big to make it.


A "root partition" is a partition that contains the subdirectories that make up a Linux or Unix file system, such as /bin, /usr, and /dev.



Resize/Move partition, i am using EaseUS Partition Master.Extend partition, especially extend system partition to maximize computer performance as well as better manage hard disk usage. By the way, you may find that there is a low disk space problem on a certain hard disk partition.Shrink partition for different usage.Make the unallocated space behind the partition you want to extend by moving partition.Copy partition with fast file-by-file copy to protect your data.Copy entire hard disk to another or migrate OS from HDD to SSD without Windows reinstallation.Upgrade system disk to a bigger one with one-click.Support GPT disk/partition copy.Provide option to shut down the computer after applying any operation. This function is especially useful when you copy the disk which contains the operating system.And Partition Master Free 10.5 is just released, allows to extend C drive (system partition), settle low disk space problem, manage disk space easily on MBR and GPT disk.


"Partition is a word said?" Yesenia. "You need to partition that hard drive, if you want to keep your data separate from the operating system", said the geek. "This room needs a partition wall in it, to make it two rooms" said the builder.


Use your Ubuntu CD. Find a program called "GParted" or "Gnome Partition Editor". Click on your XP partition and click "Resize" and make it smaller. Then, do the same with your Ubuntu partition, and drag it until it fills the space left by XP.


hello to all of you how to make a partition? firstly go in CONTROL PANNEL secondly choose COMPUTER MANAGEMENT tab from CONTROL PANNEL menu then a dialogue box will appear of COMPUTER MANAGEMENT from list choose STORAGE option and then click on DISK MANAGEMENT in the same dialogue box you will see the devise partition C D E F if you have only 2 or 3 partition you can make a partition by right clicking on the empty drive box and a new box will appear choose new logical gate tab by this you can also delete the partition just right click on the partition the dialogue box will appear and click delete tab you will delete or make a partition by your own desire


You can make 3 Primary partitions and 1 extended partition, although the extended partition can then be split down into drives, but the answer you need here is 4.


No it would not be a good use of space to partition a small bathroom. It will make it look even more crampt and make the bathroom look smalller and it will make you lose more rooom


You can do it in 2 ways: 1:you can try disk management,You can change/make partitions on your hard disk even when there are still files on it 2:you can try three party partition manager software,like as gaprted, MiniTool partition wizard and so on.


Yes, you can. But you have to be careful and make sure that boot files are on another partition.


format disk /parameter Example: format c: /s will format disk C and make it a system drive.


Of course you need to partition your drive. If you already have installed Windows XP You need to make a new partition for win98 formated FAT32. WinXP use NTFS formatting.


Note: It is impossible if you are using RIS instalation then automatically create only one partition. if you want more than one partion then install locally every computer. but i can particular partitioin


Unallocated space is always free if you need to partition that make use of some disk partition software


Here are the steps how u can make partitions >Right click on My computer and then on Manage >Then click on Disk Management >Right-click an unallocated region of a basic disk, and then click New Partition, or right-click free space in an extended partition, and then click New Logical Drive >In the New Partition Wizard, click Next, click Primary partition, Extended partition, or Logical drive, and then follow the instructions on your screen. Hope my answer is perfect


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You can make multiple partition in DOS like windows but the maximum size of one partition will 2 GB as DOS supports FAT 16.


You are NOT limited to only two partitions in Windows 98. When you run FDISK, make a primary partition and then create an extended partition. Depending on the size of your hard drive and the size of the partitions you would like to create (without exceeding the 127G barrier, BIOS dependent) you may create as many partitions within the extended partition as you would like. After creating both the primary partition and the extended partitions you must reboot and then format each partition. Keep in mind that for every partition letter, Windows will use 8K of memory. You may want to edit your Config.sys file and change lastdrive=z to 2-3 letters beyond the drive letters assigned to your hard drive partitions, CD/ DVD drives and any flash drives or other removable storage you are using. It is rare that you would need 26 drive letters, so save yourself some system resources, especially since Windows 98 (SE) is limited to 512MB. Hope this helps.


Download &/or purchase a copy of Acronis True Image Home. This allows you to create a "Secure Zone" - a hidden FAT partition; enable "Acronis Start Up Manager" - f11 startup option to boot into the Acronis toolset from the hidden partition; and create an image your boot (or other) partition in the hidden partition.


yes, if ubuntu is on a different physical drive or on a different partition if you are stuck with one physical drive. No if it on the same partition as windows The soloution, create a new fresh partition just for windows and make it about , a minimum 40GB


No diskdefragmenter cannot be used to format a partion. It is used to make all the files to get fragmented. Formatting of partition can be done by using disk management option in the computer management


You might be looking for a partition resizer. That will allow you to change the size of either partition. I'd backup the data on both before you do though, just in case.


Your question isn't exactly clear. If you want to install Ubuntu natively onto a partition, you must format the partition or make a new one. It is quite possible to resize the XP partition and make a new one without losing data on the XP partition. Ubuntu already includes the tools to do this.


As many as it can handle (how big it is). And adding partitions does not make more space. It's like putting a brick wall in the middle of a football field. :-P This is depend on your disk style, if your disk is MBR, you could only create four primary partitions or three primary partitions with one Extended partition (you could create many logical partition under extended partition) at most If your disk style is GPT, you could create as many as you can. here is an article about how to make partition from http://www.partition-magic-windows7.com/res/create-partition-windows7.html



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