• How to merge 2 disks on 1 hard drive to create a large storage server for archived data? (Poweredge 2800 and Windows Server 2003)

    I have an old Dell PowerEdge server that I want to convert to a large data storage server - nothing on it but archived data.  The hard drive has been formatted to have about 70G on the C drive and about 130G on a different drive.  BUT both drives are located on the same hard drive.  How can I...

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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.

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  • 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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  • How to partition a disk with Windows disk management tool?

    There is 100 GB in my C:/drive,i want to split it into several disks to make my PC works more smoothly .It is said that Windows has its own disk management tool. but i heard it's complex and limited in usage. could u please offer me some other good methods. Thanks!

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  • Computer does not detect SATA hard drive in BIOS

    Please help! Brand new hard drive 160Gb Samsung SATA. BIOS does not detect it, I tried everything. From replacing the "data cables", "power converter plugs" on the power supply, upgrading my BIOS. There is no RAID setting in my BIOS only the option to "enable/disable SATA". The BIOS detect it once...

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  • AC storage

    Is AC (Alternative current) can stored in large scale.

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  • How do I create an OEM-style bootable recovery partition?

    Very simple question, but not so simple of an answer. I would like to create a hidden recovery partition on all of my companies laptops so that if/when it gets destroyed in the field, when the user boots up, they insert a cd that says, basically "press 1 to restore your system to factory defaults"...

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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...

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  • Install partition magic in Windows Server 2003

    How will I install partition magic in Windows Server 2003?

    Archanakumari5 pointsBadges:
  • Backup

    How do I get my backup to work when it will not find the backup disk?

    dootz12315 pointsBadges:
  • Hard drive format

    Can I reformat a WSV formatted drive to NTFS?

    omsharon20 pointsBadges:
  • Hardware question regarding Hard Disk..

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

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  • Backup Windows Server 2003

    how to take backup in windows 2003 server.&which software is helpful for taking backup.

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  • Data Conversion on IBM AS/400

    Hi, We're converting some old master files in to new format files. These master files have around 58 million records each. We wrote COBOL programs to convert the format and write to the new files. In order to speed up the process we are splitting the each master file into 20 parts(i.e., 20 files...

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  • Create a small SAP QAS from a large SAP PRD

    We have a very large production database and doing a copy back to QAS is becoming untenable. We looked at a tool called Infoshuttle to extract a subset from PRD to create a QAS, but it was not designed to do a "mini-copy" with full integrity as we wanted. Anyone heard of any other tools we can look...

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  • Oracle 9i Designer

    Do you have any opinions on the use of Designer versus a tool like Erwin or PowerDesigner in handling the following concerns: Database generation Reverse engineering Accurately representing every detail of a database Speed Use for different DB platforms Thanks for any comments.

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  • VTL Protectier TS7650

    Hi All, we had received a message stating "Visibility Change Request Discarded" on VTL protecTIER interface manager TS7650 Appliance.  I would want to know why this is coming every now and then and what is the remedy to overcome this. Many Thanks Premkumar

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  • Is there any fault tolerances

    Is there any fault tolerances (such as RAID) built into NAS devices?

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  • 4 TB storage suggestions required

    Hi, I am looking for the best product suggestions in EMC, NetApp and Hitachi for a basic entry level storage systems with 4 TB capacity. Kindly suggest the best and cost effective product for the requirement.

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  • Need to know about the VMware SRM competitors and their DR solutions

    Hi, I am working for VMware SRM DR Solution in VMware. I am curious to know about the SRM Competitor Products and their solution features on Disaster Recovery. Regards Narendra

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