5.2.4.7 - Lab Create a Partition in Windows 7 and Vista 1...

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Lab - Create a Partition in Windows 7 and Vista 1. Introduction In this lab, you will create a FAT32 formatted partition on a disk. You will convert the partition to NTFS. You will then identify the differences between the FAT32 format and the NTFS format. 2. Recommended Equipment Computer running Windows 7 or Vista Un-partitioned space of at least 1 GB on the hard disk drive Step 1: Start the Computer Management Utility. Note : You must have administrative rights to work with the Computer Management Utility. a. Click Start . b. Click Control Panel > Administrative Tools > Computer Management . c. In the Computer Management window, click Disk Management . © 2017 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. This document is Cisco Public. Page 1 of 12
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Lab – Create a Partition in Windows 7 and Vista Step 2: Create a new disk volume in the free space a. Right-click on the block of Free Space or Unallocated space, then click New Simple Volume . d. The New Simple Volume Wizard window opens. Click Next . © 2017 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. This document is Cisco Public. Page 2 of 12
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Lab – Create a Partition in Windows 7 and Vista e. The Specify Volume Size window opens. Type 2000 in the Simple volume size in MB field, and then click Next . f. Click the Assign the following drive letter: radio button. Select I from the drop-down menu, and then click Next .
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