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70-680 Configuring Windows 7 Lab Manual LAB 6 WORKING WITH DISKS Exercise 6.1 Creating a Basic Disk Partition Overview In Exercise 6.1, you create a new basic partition for Alice where she can store her data. Completion time 10 minutes 6. Based on the information in the Disk Management snap-in, fill out the information in Table 6-3 on your lab worksheet. Table 6-3 Disk information Disk 0 Disk type (basic or dynamic) basic Total disk size 64 GB Number and type of partitions 1, primary Amount of unallocated space 20 GB Exercise 6.2 Extending a Basic Disk Partition Overview A few days later, you receive another call at the help desk from Alice. She has been diligently moving her data files to the special partition you created for her, but she has now run out of disk space. The partition was not big enough! To address the problem, you decide to extend the Alice1 partition, using some of the unallocated space left on the disk. For this task, you intend to use the Diskpart.exe command line utility. Completion time 15 minutes Question How much additional space is required to complete the copy?
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70-680 Configuring Windows 7 Lab Manual 1 310 MB 4. Take a screen shot of the message box by pressing Alt+Prt Scr and then paste it into your Lab06_worksheet file in the page provided by pressing Ctrl+V.
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70-680 Configuring Windows 7 Lab Manual 6. Consult the Disk Management snap-in, and fill out Table 6-4 with the amount of unallocated space left on the drive in gigabytes and megabytes.
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  • Fall '15
  • PauletteSibrel
  • Windows Vista, Disk partitioning, disk, Cylinder-head-sector, Disk Management, Configuring Windows

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