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This text was originally used on 17/08/11 - ( Including Replies ) - for v9.0 . . . BUT is fully relevant today ! There may be many who never saw it first time.
This first section is aimed at helping those who do NOT understand Partitioning - NOT to patronise those who do !
For those wondering what this software is for - whether they need it or not . . . - The first thing I have to say to you is - since you have no idea what this software is for - YOU SHOULD NOT USE IT on a main Hard Drive containing valuable Data !
First try it out on an old HDD on an old PC or Laptop to prevent accidents ! Practice makes perfect & all that !!!
Right - onto what it Is / Does . . .
Imagine you have a sheet of A4 paper - you fold it in half & then in half again . . . You STILL have ONE piece of paper BUT with FOUR separate sections ! This software does EXACTLY that to Hard Drives - only it doesn't have to be halves - it can be any size from about 5Mb upwards - ( smaller would be unable to contain relevant data & Format etc. ) - although the smallest I use is 100 Mb for my Boot Data Drive !
I've personally been building PC's / Hard Drives etc. for around 16 years now & a method I developed early on & has served me perfectly ever since is that I typically set ALL PC Hard Drives up as C: / D: / E: / F: / G: & H:
C: Boot Data - ( 100mb )
D: Environment - XP / Seven
E: FallBack - Usually XP BUT in the past I've used 2000 - whatever the customer owns. Even Win 98 would work BUT it would need updating with add-ons in order to read larger drives & those with NTFS File systems etc.
F: Programs - This is where Office & AutoRoute / Encarta / Games etc. & ALL the GAOTD Software Downloads are installed to . . . NOT Windows Drive / Program Files !!!!
G: Media Drive - All scans / photos / Films / Music etc - NOT in Windows / Documents !
H: Virtual DVD - Stores setups / drivers & Backups etc. Also Downloads saved here in most cases - where an External Drive is not available !
I: & if the Hard Disk is BIG enough - purely for Backup !
( My NETWORKED Drives typically are Mapped in from O: & P: onwards - leaving space for local External Drives. )
WHY bother going to all this trouble ? Well - having learned from WAY to Many instances where a Windows crash has left everything LOST ! - yes there are softwares to get stuff back - BUT this way - if Windows crashes - load up the FallBack Windows - MOVE everything you need off the Main Windows Drive & Restore it - NO DRAMA !
PLUS - the only way to lose absolutely everything as with a single Drive C: is if the MBR ( Master Boot Record ) - the Index for the entire Hard Disk is damaged - & even then - There are 2 MBRs ( 1 as backup ).
This also DRAMATICALLY cuts the time of Defrags etc.& you can backup the stuff you need to - individually & quicker - AWAY from the Windows Drive.
I appreciate that this system is not for everyone - companies would NEVER do this - 'cos it's way to much work for them to bother with ! I've set up more than 200 systems this way & NOT ONE complaint - in fact in a few cases of Virus or system crash - it's proved a God-Send !
IF Poss - I do try to put the FallBack Windows on a second HDD even if it's only 3Gig in size - it's only there as a last resort !
Obviously SYSTEM Backups etc. are made onto Secondary Drives AND DVD / External Network Drives. I typically TRY to use 2 Drives in a system - 1 Primary with MAIN Windows / Programs / Media & Virtual DVD & then 1 Secondary with FallBack & Backups.
IF this is NOT possible they DO all go on the same drive BUT you usually find that IF the MAIN Windows goes down - it's eaier to go in through Fallback Windows & then ccopy all Documents / valuable data etc. onto the Backups Drive ( OR Virtual DVD if no Backups Drive is available ) then Format & Re-Install Environment Drive. Then Transfer Data BACK !
It's purely an extension of FallBack - NOT a COMPLETE System BACKUP !
FallBack drive itself is usually around 2.5 Gig - enough for XP & it's PageFile etc. a seperate AntiVirus & FireWall & NOT MUCH ELSE ! A Backup Drive just extends this forshort-term data transfer storeage etc.
Normally when a partition fails - the others are safe & even when they all fail - THEY CAN BE RECOVERED !
I've been using this system since the '90s . . . WITHOUT PROBLEMS - IT WORKS ! Usually with Multiple drives except in Laptops etc. I've used a mixture of Fat32 & NTFS & on some older MotherBoards I've had to use FAT for the Boot partition as the BIOS didn't see the Boot Data ot the others. Even THEN - the system was completely stable & ran without issue !!!
Even though Windos System Restore is NOT the most relyable in my experience ( even on SINGLE PARTITION Drives ) - IT DOES work on a Multi Drive system although I usually remove E: / G: / H: / I: from Restore as these too would be rolled back. Leaving ONLY Environment Drive AND Programs Drive.
I've stated on many occasions on this site that Fubar, Ashraf, Mike & Bubby are streets ahead in their Microsft Technology knowledge compared to me BUT I go by what I learned from EXPERIENCE - I try stuff - if it works for me - I stick with it - if not - I TRY ANOTHER WAY !!!
As for Easeus PM - I used to use PowerQuest / Symantec Partition Magic - it was brilliant BUT as soon as I tried Easeus PM when it was given away here the year before last - I swapped to it FOR GOOD -- it is excellent. I wish I'd had it years ago. I've found it streets ahead of others I've tried including Partition Magic. Paragon is good BUT I prefer Easeus - it's much more No-Nonsense. It does what it's supposed to - WELL !
Easeus PM can be Installed & Run within Windows BUT I just make the CD version & use it to boot up the target machine - even then it's like looking at the Windows version - it's really well laid out ! ALL operations can can be carried out at this point including - Create a NEW 'Drive Structure' from scratch / Stretch & Shrink existing 'Drive Structures' / move a Partition from place to place on the drive - ( NOT to be done TO or BEFORE the Vista / 7 Partition ) - & tons more. It's a seriously POWERFUL & RELIABLE bit of kit . . . BUT It's laid out well enough that Learners can trial it too !
While Partitioning from within Windows - a re-boot is required to complete the process as Windows locks the hard Drive while it's in use ! Running from the CD @ Boot up completes ALL functions there & then because the Drive is not in use by anything else !!!
Just last week I had a 360 Gig External drive lose BOTH of it's partitions - out of the blue ! I was 3/4 through copying files from it - across my network when I got the error - File Not Found !
I LOST EVERYTHING - My most up-to-date documents & Downloads ( 150+ Gig ) . The drive had been solid for as long as I can remember - it really wasn't expected !!!
I re-booted my laptop - into EaseUS Partition Master 7.0.1 Pro CD ( Linux version ) & ran the Partition Recovery - It managed to recover BOTH partiotions & ALL Files also. It's worth it's price for that function alone !
I hope this has been helpful for some of you :o)
Apologies for any Typos
Cheers for now & HAVE A GREAT DAY FOLKS !!
- - Mike - -
- Macs-PC -
<The Return of the Macs ! :o)
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