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Preparing Multidisk Volumes for Windows XP Professional
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Ftdisk.sys was the fault-tolerant driver that was used to manage volume sets and striped sets in Windows NT Workstation 4.0 and earlier. To encourage administrators to begin using dynamic volumes, Windows 2000 offered limited support for Ftdisk volumes. Completing this transition, Windows XP Professional does not support volume sets or striped sets. Therefore, before you install Windows XP Professional on an x86-based computer, you must do one of the following:
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If you are upgrading from Windows NT Workstation 4.0 to Windows XP Professional, you need to back up and then delete all multidisk volumes before you upgrade because Windows XP Professional cannot access these volumes. Be sure to verify that your backup was successful before deleting the volumes. After you finish upgrading to Windows XP Professional, create new dynamic volumes and then restore the data.
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If you do not back up the volumes before you upgrade to Windows XP Professional, Disk Management shows the volumes as Failed. You must use Ftonline.exe to restore the volumes to Healthy so that you can access data on them. Access is valid only for the current session so that you can back up the data before you delete the volumes. If you reboot, you must run Ftonline again. For more information about using Ftonline.exe, click Tools in Help and Support Center, and then click Windows Support Tools. Note Before you can upgrade a computer that is running Windows NT 4.0 to Windows XP Professional, you must first install Service Pack 6 or later.
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If you are upgrading from Windows NT Workstation 4.0 to Windows XP Professional and the paging file resides on a volume set or striped set, you must use System in Control Panel to move the paging file to a primary partition or logical drive before beginning Setup. If you are upgrading from Windows 2000 Professional to Windows XP Professional, you must use Disk Management to convert all basic disks that contain multidisk volumes to dynamic disks before beginning Setup or Setup does not continue.
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During Windows XP Professional Setup, you can create basic volumes by using unallocated space from the basic disks that are installed in the computer. For example, on a single unformatted hard disk, you can create a system volume and separate boot volume, or you can create a single combined system and boot volume that uses all unallocated space on the disk. You can also create additional basic volumes on the same disk and on other disks in the computer if unallocated space is available. However, you cannot create additional volumes on dynamic disks during Setup. Although you can specify the size of each basic volume, you cannot specify whether to create a primary partition, extended partition, or logical drive. Setup determines the type of volume as follows:
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If no partitions exist on the disk, Setup creates a primary partition of the size you specified. If a single primary partition exists, Setup creates an extended partition by using the remaining contiguous, unallocated space on the disk. Setup then creates a logical drive (within the extended partition) of the size you specified. If a primary partition and an extended partition exist on the disk and no free space exists within the extended partition, Setup creates an additional primary partition of the size you specified.
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Disk Management
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When you create basic volumes during Setup, Setup reserves 1 MB or one cylinder, whichever is greater, at the end of the disk. Setup reserves the space for the dynamic disk database so that you can convert the disk to dynamic if you want to.
After you create each volume, Setup assigns it a drive letter. The drive letter that Setup chooses depends on whether other basic volumes, dynamic volumes, and removable disks have drive letters already assigned. For all volumes and removable disks without drive letters, Setup assigns drive letters by using the following method: 1. Scans all fixed hard disks as they are enumerated. Assigns drive letters starting with any active primary partition (if one exists); otherwise, scans the first primary partition on each disk. Assigns the next available letter, starting with C. 2. Scans all fixed hard disks and removable disks, and assigns drive letters to all logical drives in an extended partition or the removable disks as enumerated. Assigns the next available letter, starting with C. 3. Scans all fixed hard disks, and assigns drive letters to all remaining primary partitions. Assigns the next available letter, starting with C. 4. Scans floppy drives, and assigns the next available drive letter, starting with A. 5. Scans CD-ROM drives, and assigns the next available letter, starting with D. Windows XP Professional and Windows 2000 assign drive letters differently from how Windows 98, Windows Me, and Windows NT 4.0 assign drive letters. Therefore, if the computer starts multiple operating systems, the drive letters might vary depending on which operating system is running. For more information about how Windows XP Professional and Windows 2000 assign drive letters, see the Microsoft Knowledge Base link on the Web Resources page at http://www.microsoft.com/windows/reskits/webresources. Search the Knowledge Base by using the keywords LDM and cmdcons . If an existing removable disk is not turned on during Setup, Windows XP Professional might give its drive letter to a new volume. For example, if a removable disk had drive letter G in Windows 2000 but was turned off during Windows XP Professional Setup, a newly created volume might be given drive letter G. To ensure that drive letter assignments remain constant, you must keep removable disk devices turned on when you create new volumes. After Setup is complete, you can change drive letters for most volumes and removable disks by using Disk Management or the DiskPart command-line tool. To change a drive letter by using Disk Management 1. From the Start menu, click Run. 2. In the Open box, type diskmgmt.msc, and then click OK.
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