how many partition we make in 500 gb hard drive
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Answer / divey sharma
we can make maximum 4 partition in any hard disk,whatever it's
size should be.And from these 4 partition we can make max. 3
primary partition and 1 extended partition ,and in extended
partition we can make as many partition as we want till the
size of the hard disk is not over and these type of partition
which are made in extended partition are called logical partition.
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Answer / yahoo
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Answer / basith
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Answer / ajit1983
in case of win7 we can create max 4 drives but in case of win xp we can create more than 4 drives.
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Answer / pankaj batra
Due to MBR - Hard disks can be split into four primary
partitions, or one of these can be configured as an
An extended partition can theoretically contain an infinite
number of logical partitions,though Windows has drive
letters up to z: (plus some other characters).
This is not a limit on the number of partitions you can
create, even if you can't assign a drive letter to them
They can be mapped to a folder on another drive.
The New coming UEFI replacement for BIOS supports the GUID
format partition table or GPT, that does not have either
the partition size or partition number limitations of the
MBR format. The GPT is written to the second LBA sector,
following the MBR. The GPT format is now the the de facto
successor to the MBR
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Answer / rahimsk
At the time of installation we can make maximum 4 partition in any hard disk,whatever it's size should be.And from these 4 partition we can make max. 3 primary partition and 1 extended partition ,and in extended partition we can make as many partition. This type of partition which are made in extended partition are called logical partition.Finally we can create totally "26"partitions.....
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Answer / vijendrajeet
We can create max. 4 primary partitions in a single hard disk in which we can create 1 extended partition.And also partition depend on the type of hard disk.
For IDE hard Disk = 3 Primary + 1 Extended + 11 Logical
For SATA/SCSI Hard Disk = 3 Pri. + 1 Extended + 59 Logical
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