What must I do to create a partition using disk administrator?

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I have Windows XP.

The moment it’s running and I’m at the desktop with no programs opened, what must I do create a partition using disk administrator?

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What must I do to create a partition using disk administrator?

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If your are now at your Desktop. Please follow these steps to create a partition on your hard drive.

1. Press Start Button and Click "Control Panel"

2. After you Clicked "Control Panel", Press "Administrative Tools"

3. Your "Administrative Tools" will appear, Click "Computer Management"

4. Another page will appear, under "Computer Management" look for the "Disk Management" at the right side of the page.

5. Then you will be able to see your current Disk Management, and you can now create/format a partition on your hard drive.

Good Luck!

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What must I do to create a partition using disk administrator?

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The following is how you go about using disk management to partition your hard disk in windows XP:

  1. First you will need to have logged on as administrator or as a member of the Administrators group.
  2. And then on your computer you will click Start, and then click Run, and after that type compmgmt.msc, and then click OK.
  3. You will need to locate the console tree, and then click Disk Management.
  4. The Disk Management window will appear, and there you will see the disks and volumes in a graphical view and list view. 
  5. You will just need to right click on the disk you want to partition and the choose shrink.
  6. Specify the volume, the letter for that partition, format it and you are good to go.

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