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Lesson 1
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11. On the Format Partition page, click Format This Partition, select a file system, and then assign a volume label. Click Next. 12. On the Completion page, click Finish to create and format the partition. Be patient: Windows must perform a number of functions, which can take several minutes. How to Create Extended Partitions steps: To create an extended partition, follow these
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1. In Disk Management, right-click the unallocated space in which you want to create the extended partition and select New Partition. 2. On the Welcome page for the Create Partition Wizard, click Next. 3. On the Select Partition Type page, click Extended Partition, and then click Next. 4. On the Specify Partition Size page, enter the amount of disk space in MB that you want to use for this partition, and then click Next. 5. On the Completion page, click Finish to create the extended partition. You are not prompted to assign a drive letter or to format an extended partition because the extended partition serves only as a shell to contain logical drives. You will format and assign drive letters to logical drives. How to Create Logical Drives follow these steps: To create a logical drive inside an extended partition,
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1. In Disk Management, right-click the free space in the extended partition in which you want to create the logical drive, and then click New Logical Drive. 2. On the Welcome page for the Create Partition Wizard, click Next. 3. On the Select Partition Type page, click Logical Drive, and then click Next. 4. On the Specify Partition Size page, enter the amount of disk space in MB that you want to use for this logical drive, and then click Next. 5. On the Assign Drive Letter Or Path page, choose an available drive letter, and then click Next. 6. On the Format Partition page, click Format This Partition, select a file system, and then assign a volume label. Click Next. 7. On the completion page, click Finish to create and format the logical drive.
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Figure 10-4 shows an extended partition on Disk 1 that contains a 502 MB logical drive and 612 MB of remaining free space.
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Figure 10-4
Viewing extended and logical partitions in Disk Management.
Formatting Volumes
Formatting a basic or dynamic volume with a file system prepares the volume to accept data. Unformatted volumes contain no file system and are not accessible by using Windows Explorer or any other application. You can format volumes in the following ways:
By using Disk Management and formatting the new volume as it is being created By using Disk Management, right-clicking an existing volume, and then selecting Format By using Windows Explorer, right-clicking the drive letter, and then selecting Format By using a command prompt, using the Format.exe command, and selecting the appropriate parameters
If you format an existing volume that contains data, all data is lost. Windows XP protects itself by preventing you from formatting the system and boot partition for the operating system by using any of the built-in Windows utilities. Formatting options, shown in Figure 10-5, include the following: Volume Label The character name for a volume of up to 11 characters. This is the name that is displayed in Disk Management and Windows Explorer. You should choose a label that describes the type of information that is stored on the volume, such as System for the volume that contains the operating system or Documents for a volume that contains user documents.
Lesson 1
Managing and Troubleshooting Disks and Volumes 10-11
File System Allows you choose from the FAT (for FAT16), FAT32, or NTFS file systems (see 2 for more information on file systems). Allocation Unit Size Allows you change the default cluster size for any of the file systems. Microsoft recommends leaving this value at its default setting. Perform A Quick Format Specifies that you want to format the drive without having Windows perform an exhaustive scan of the drive to check for bad sectors. Select this option only if you have previously performed a full format and are certain that the disk is not damaged. Enable File And Folder Compression Specifies that all files placed on the disk will be compressed by default. Compression is always available on an NTFS volume, and you can enable or disable it at any time through the properties of the files and folders on the volume. File And Folder Compression is available only when you format a volume with NTFS. Read Lesson 2, Managing Compression, for more information.
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