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    Lam sao chia hard disk thanh 5 drive ?

    Hello cac ban,
    Hard disk cua toi 120 GB, toi xai P.Magic 8.0 de chia thanh nhieu drive, cai thi cho Windows, cai thi chua software, cai thi de dung lam image, cai thi data ... nhung toi chi create no ra dang 4 drive, cai thu 4 thi nho, con du 1 khoang rong, nhung khong the nao create them thanh 1 drive nua, vay cac ban nao biet cach chia no ra thanh 5 drive xin vui long chi giup gium, cam on cac ban truoc.
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    I believe that your hard disk is currently formatted as basic disk, and basic disk is restricted to 4 partitions per disk. To create more partitions, you need to convert that disk to dymanic disk, or simply create logical drives. Hope this will help.

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    Partition Magic software might help you with that. It's very useful sw.
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    On any hard drive, you can only have at most 4 primary partitions, so if you want to create more than 4 partitions, the last partition must be created as extended. You then can create more partitions from this extended partition.

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    Hi dto11170 ,
    Ban chi gium lam sao create as extended cai phan chot, vi khi bat partition 8.0 len thi cai phan chot right click no, nhung no khong co phan resize hay create gi het (chi 1 khoang trong khong).
    Cam on ban nhieu nhe.
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    Windows lets you have up to 4 primary partitions on one physical hard disk. If you want more than 4 partitions, you could have 3 primaries and 1 extended. When u allot the 4th partition make it an "extended" partition and you give it all the remaining space. Then you divide this extended partition up into logical drives. Whatever software you use, that's the general idea. You could use Windows XP's own DiskManagement to do that also.
    ControlPanel->AdminTools->CompManagement, then click on DiskManagement

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    twelve,

    You need to delete the 4th partition. Now you should have 3 primary partitions, and the last part of the hard drive should be empty. Right click the last part to create a new partition, and select extended (not primary). When it's done, you should have 3 primary partitions and 1 extended partition on the drive. Right click on the extended partition to create as many more partitions (logical drives) as you want.

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    Hi The Rock and dto11170,
    De toi lam thu theo cach cac ban chi coi ra sao, vi toi xai W2K chu khong phai WXP, khong biet W2K no khac voi WXP ra sao ve phan CompManagement do.
    Cam on cac ban nhieu lam.
    Twelve.

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