Saturday, 13 October 2007
How to convert a basic disk to a dynamic disk in Windows Vista.
Dynamic disks allow for better administration. You can span a volume across multiple dynamic disks or stripe multiple dynamic disks. Dynamic disks also allow you to repair data without the need for restarting the computer.
* Only Windows Vista Enterprise and Windows Vista Ultimate editions support dynamic disks.
* Disks on laptop computers cannot be converted to dynamic.
You can enable dynamic disks on a drive by performing the following steps.
- Click Start button, right-click Computer, and click Manage.
- Expand the plus sign next to Storage under Computer Management.
- Click Disk Management.
- Right-click the disk you wish to convert, and the click Convert to Dynamic Disk... .
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