PARTITION A DISK
Partition it is cutting a hard disk into several subunits managed as many smaller disks. A partition is a physical portion of the hard drive that behaves as if it were a separate hard disk.
Partition the hard disk is to cut out them virtually in several shares a little as if it were a cake. If the hard disk was compared to a House, unpartitioned disk would be a home having any fitted parts.Therefore, it would be
uninhabitable. A partitioned drive is a House which has been converted at least a piece then corresponding to a partition.
Originally, this was needed to handle large hard drives of some operating systems sometimes with limits.
Can also accommodate several operating systems on a single disk, each having its own partition.
It can also, that with a single partition, clusters become too broad then reducing the place reserved for small files.
Partition of a hard disk space allows partitioning of areas: System and programs on the one hand, the personal data of the other.It does more format while the systeme\programmes part or data parts.
Space of a hard disk can be divided into several partitions, also called readers because each partition is assigned a letter of the alphabet (from C to Z, 24 to the large maximum). Each partition is seen by the system as a different disk,
a different drive.
Each partition is logically organized to receive the data and save the files or folders so that it is possible to find them. Each partition has its own internal logic organization, its own file system. The logical organization of a partition
depends on the file system that is used for this partition. The file system is written on the partition when it is formatted.
Hard disks of computers, as l ' we will obtain in trade, are already partitioned because they initially contain data, an operating system and a hidden restore partition. In this case, partition is therefore unnecessary.
It is almost identical to your computer. It is very useful to separate the data for your OS (Operating System, French operating system) your personal program. If you need to reinstall your OS, for example, when the presence of a virus
or when installing a program that put in bulk your OS, and if you correctly partitioned your hard disk (your operating system on a partition and your personal data on another), none of your personal data will not be affected by
reinstalling the OS. On the other hand, if your personal data are on the same partition as your OS, may that reinstalling the OS will lose them.
Partition your hard drive is a less secure but more simple approach. This is not required but it is a good habit to take. Compartmentalize your data reduces the risk of losing it all.
partitioning allows efficient use of the HDD to save space so d ' use multiple operating systems on the same disk to protect data.
A hard disk is often somewhat bleak storage wide space. Can there be only one operating system, and data are stored helter skelter. The only method of ranking is then creating directories from the operating system. Partitioning is a
technique that allows to make the whole more flexible and better usable. Partition a hard disk need to create "spaces" well delimited within a physical hard disk. For the computer, these spaces will be then seen exactly as new
independent hard drives of some of the other and very real, each could contain separate data it will be possible to format independently from each other. This operation offers many advantages.
Here are the links in text in not in not in pictures, to do this or these partitions:
-reading of the info with fdisk.
-deletion of one or several partitions with fdisk.
-creation of one or several partitions with fdisk.
-partitioning XP/2000 as text.
-access to the disk management.
-partitioning XP by disk management.
• - a primary partition and three logics in a scope.
• - three main partitions and logic in a scope.
• - four logic in a scope.
or with Acrobat Reader, these "step by step" can be read to them:
-read info from the hard drive with fdisk .pdf = 7 pages, 98 KB
-removal of partition of the hard drive with fdisk.pdf = 31 pages, 387 KB
creating a partition of the hard drive with fdisk.pdf = 23 pages, 267 KB - read info deletion and creation of SD with fdisk.pdf = 61 pages, 697 kb - partition from the cd of xp or 2000.pdf 5 pages, 44 KB - access to the management of
the disques.pdf = 3 pages, 155 KB
-partition a new hard disk by the management of the disques.pdf = 78 pages, 2.26 MB - a primary partition and three logics in an etendue.pdf = 26 pages, 1.01 MB - three primary partitions and logic in an etendue.pdf = 27 pages,
0.99 MB - four logic in an etendue.pdf = 28 pages, 0.98 MB
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Last edited: 2012-11-03