• Disk Partitioning w/SQL Server 2000/2005/2008

    I recently read some information regarding aligning the Disk for use with SQL Server from Mr. Denny. My understanding is, SQL Server handles data in chunks of 64KB, so the disk drive SQL Server writes to containing data and log files should be configured to work in 64KB chunks. The articles I am...

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  • Mount Windows Partition in Ubuntu

    I installed Ubuntu onto a WinXPP machine so that they are duo boot. The system should have automatically mounted my windows directory and created an icon on the desktop. It did not. I followed the directions and opened a bash shell and typed sudo vol_id -u /dev/sda1 Ubuntu returns the error command...

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  • XP Professional Drives access problem

    I have two partitions namely C: and D: When I try to access any drive from my computer, b double clicking on the drive, I'm unable to access but when I try to access the same form address bar, its working. Is it due to any virus attack? Kindly suggest me the solution. I have Symantec antivirus...

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  • Netware 5 server resizing of volume/partition

    Netware 5 server and our volume is full. we are trying to resize a volume/partition from another via nwconfig.  Is this possible?

    ITKE346,420 pointsBadges:
  • Partition Size Change

    How can partition sizes be changed after OEM configuration?

    Docpomeroy5 pointsBadges:
  • CREATING PARTITION IN VISTA

    i have an hp pavilion dv6700 laptop with vista home premium and 169GB drive...i have a root drive and a D drive which has Hp recovery in it....i wanted to create an E drive....what should i do for creating an E drive?

    Rinsa150 pointsBadges:
  • I need Partition Magic for windows 2003

    Hi, I have windows 2003 Server. C Drive disk space very low but D drive 250GB free. I want resize the partition. Pleas help me on this problem

    Amselvam 7710 pointsBadges:
  • PC hard drive partitons

    My PC has4 hard drive partitions of 9GB each, C: is almost full while the other 3 partitions are almost empty. I moved some files from C: to the other partitions. It is soon becomes too full again to defgragment.

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  • Windows Xp Partitions

    Give that you have a Windows Xp System. Assume the system is running,but you are at the desktop and there are no windows open. What sequence steps must you perform to open Disk Administrator to create a new partition?

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  • Extend Partition Size – Win XP

    Is there any other way to extend the size of a partition in Windows XP other than DiskPart? I've tried that method but to no avail. I deleted an extra backup partition and want to use the unallocated space to add to my main partition.

    Jasonwisdom15 pointsBadges:
  • Resizing a Windows Server 2003 partition

    Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Hard Drive Setup: 74.50 GB (System = 9.93 Domain Controller/Data Drive = 64.54 it has the Windows Directory which contains the SysVol Directory and NTDS) 372.61 GB (Student Data Drive) Will it be possible to use some extra space of the Data Drive and add it to the end...

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  • Resize partition on SBS 2003

    I have inherited a problem on an SBS2003 server where the primary partition holding the OS is running out of space. The hard drive is partitioned as C: holding the OS and any vital apps and D: holding nothing but data. I have plenty of space to rob from the D: partition. My problem is there is very...

    Denwood390 pointsBadges:
  • How to allocate the free space in Disc C to other disc

    Recently ,I bought a computer ,there is only one disc in my computer ,i am wonder how to creat three more disc and allocate the free space in the c disc to the other disc in my computer if you can help i'd appreciate it very much .

    leoli4337780 pointsBadges:
  • Hardware question regarding Hard Disk..

    Why we can create only a maximum of 4 primary partitions in a Hard Disk?

    Srik5 pointsBadges:
  • Drive letter issue in 2003 terminal server application

    I have a situation where I have a terminal server with a C and D drive with all user related stuff on D & all system related & boot is C. I need to install a new application which requires each user to map drive letter C to a network folder on another server. Apparently, there's no way...

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  • How do you view replication properties for Active Directory partitions and Domain Controllers

    How do you view replication properties for Active Directory partitions and Domain Controllers

    Kanth45 pointsBadges:
  • USB Disk Initialization

    Can anyone give me some tips or software ideas of how to initialize an external hard drive attached by USB? I have had 2 occasions, one with a brand new HD and one with a HD taken out of an old computer where Disk Management will show the drive as "unknown, Not Initialized" and you get the error...

    ConFlicker210 pointsBadges:
  • Partitioning an external hard drive.

    I have just bought a new 500gb external hard drive to back up all my files before having the internal hard drives looked at as one of the is overheating and cutting out all the time. How do I pertition the new external hard drive so that I have two drives, one of say 100gb and the other 400gb?

    Hmfceh125 pointsBadges:
  • Dual boot Windows XP Pro SP2 + Windows XP Pro SP3

    I have xp pro sp2 on one partion would like to try a slipstreamed xp3 on another

    Transchip5 pointsBadges:
  • SQL Server partitioning

    Hello Sir, i m creating a partition  as  use master go create database mypartpracdb214 on primary (name=db_dat, filename='c:partitionpracticedb.mdf',size=4mb), --filegroup fgi --(name=fgi_dat,filename='cpartitionpracticefgi.mdf',Size=2mb), filegroup fg2...

    Fhhdjfhjdhfjhjdfh135 pointsBadges:

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