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 Is there any speed advantage in partitioning a hard drive?

Answer People will tell you anything to make you buy their product.There is no advantage.Infact it will take time from cutting files from one drive to another because its partitioned. If it was a single d... Read More »
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Problem partitioning hard drive?

Turn off System Restore (you'll lose your restore points) and then defrag C.To shrink you need contiguous free space at the end of the drive...that's why defragging helps and deleting restore point... Read More »
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Partitioning hard disk with out loosing data in C drive(i.e, Os and other data) which has only one partition C?

I'm not entirely sure if home basic has the feature but if you go to Start, right click computer, manage then go to Disk Managment and right click on your C drive. It should show an option to "Shri... Read More »
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Is there much difference between 80Gb hard drive and 100GB hard drive?

I installed a new hard drive but it says there is no hard drive with XP disc.?


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