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Manual Partition Operations

For example, Windows 98/Me, unlike Windows NT/2000/XP, does not let users assign random letters to partitions, so you must move a partition to assign it the necessary letter.

  • Work with some older OS (MS-DOS, Windows NT 4.0), that can boot only from binary

partitions located in the beginning of the disk

  • Speed up partition operations

For example, you might have a special partition for a swap file. If you move this partition closer to the beginning of a disk, OS might work much faster with it.

  • Change partition configuration

If you need to move a partition to unallocated disk space:

1.

Select the hard disk and partition to move.

Selecting a partition to move

2.

Select Disk Move or a similar item in the Operations sidebar list or click the selected partition to another free space on the toolbar.

Move

3.

Acronis Disk Director Server will automatically compare moved partition size and available free space, indicating it in the Move Partition window.

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