1.5 Gb (Gigabytes) of Available Space on Hard Disk Drive
Slice is nothing but partion, This is used in Solaris or Unix Platform. You can divide your Hard disk Drive into slice or partion.
For this purpose you have to have unlocated space. Then in "Computer Management->Disk Management", right click, create exteneded partion. And in the extended partion you will be able to create a logical partion(s).
I'm not sure what you mean. But if you mean that you want to format a hard drive or partion which is not a system file disk/partion. Then it's really easy to do. Start My Computer, right click on the hard drive/partion which you want to format and choose format, then choose file system which you prefer to format, and press ok/start.
No. They will stay on the hard drive.
This table of information contained is,the table tells BIOS how many Partion the drive has and how each parition is divied into one or mone logical drivers and which partion contains the drive to be used for booting called the active boot and where each logical dive begins and ends
You have to create a logical drive or a partion on the unallocated space, and after that format (FAT16, FAT32, NTFS) the newly created logical drive (partition).
If you are using a laptop, you will have to remove some screws from the bottom and then carefully remove the hard drive using an appropriate tool. If you are using a desktop, you will have to remove a few screws from the back that is holding the hard drive in. You will also have to remove a plug that goes from the hard drive to the computer. Then, do these steps in reverse with the new hard drive.
You can access the hard drive from the bottom of the laptop. If you turn the laptop upside down, you'll find the hard drive door under the Toshiba sticker with the laptop serial number. Remove two screws from the hard drive cover and then remove the cover. Slide the hard drive to the right and remove it. Transfer the hard drive bracket to a new hard drive.
Yes, Surely it will remove everything on hard drive. Formatting a hard drive means to remove everything on hard drive. If you are formatting only a specific drive like C:\ or D:\ then the data in only that drive will be removed.
A hard drive is a physical object, like a cake. A hard drive can be partitioned into parts, just like a cake. Your operating system (i.e. Windows) could lead you to believe you have many hard drives when in fact it is the one hard drive, with many drives/partitions. If you wish to merge partitions then you can use a tool like Partition Magic
It will remove the virus (and everything else) from that drive but it will not necessarily remove the virus from the computer.
No. However, if you remove the hard drive, it can be used as a regular hard drive in a computer.
To remove the hard drive on a Dell Dimension 2350 desktop computer, one has to open up the system unit. The hard disk can then be unscrewed from the drive bay.
To remove a partition on a slave hard drive you can go into the BIOS. You should look up a guide if you plan to do this.
The hard drive just pulls away from the top of the console
The type of partition is irrelevant to how much data can be stored. A partition can hold as much data as has been designated on the hard drive during the creation of the partition. The size of your hard drive determines how large the NTFS partition can be.
# Open Up the case # disconect all cables going to the hard drive # Remove the screws holding it in place # pull/push the drive out of the coumputer
Yes. Actually, there is no need to remove the hard drive. You can format the existing hard drive and install XP on it as well. Note: Yes, you can there is no need to remove the hard drive. You can format the existing hard drive and install XP. and also you can install both opreting system single computer. XP and vista both.
i always remove the external hard drive before shutting down my laptop
In order to remove a external hard drive one must first disconnect it from the the computer by clicking through the hard dives and entering the options and disconnecting.
I have 285 hard disk and install windows vista. Now I want to resize the partion. C:\ partion 100 GB and D:\ 185
Format it or delete it.
1. delete them really BIG files 2. delete your old partion/s and reclaim space 3. reformat your drive 4. buy an external HHD