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    Default Hard disk ko dynamic sy basic per kaisy laya jay

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    Mera laptop ka hard disk daynamic main chala gaya hay. please koi batay keh mai is ko dobara basic mode per kaisy laon.

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    What do u mean by dynamic?

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    Default Basic and dynamic partion

    Before partitioning a drive or getting information about the partition layout of a drive, you must first understand the features and limitations of basic and dynamic disk storage types.
    For the purposes of this topic, the term volume is used to refer to the concept of a disk partition formatted with a valid file system, most commonly NTFS, that is used by the Windows operating system to store files. A volume has a Win32 path name, can be enumerated by the FindFirstVolume and FindNextVolume functions, and usually has a drive letter assigned to it, such as C:. For more information about volumes and file systems, see File Systems.


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    Dynamic disks provide features that basic disks do not, such as the ability to create volumes that span multiple disks (spanned and striped volumes) and the ability to create fault-tolerant volumes (mirrored and RAID-5 volumes). Like basic disks, dynamic disks can use the MBR or GPT partition styles on systems that support both. All volumes on dynamic disks are known as dynamic volumes. Dynamic disks offer greater flexibility for volume management because they use a database to track information about dynamic volumes on the disk and about other dynamic disks in the computer. Because each dynamic disk in a computer stores a replica of the dynamic disk database, for example, a corrupted dynamic disk database can repair one dynamic disk by using the database on another dynamic disk. The location of the database is determined by the partition style of the disk. On MBR partitions, the database is contained in the last 1 megabyte (MB) of the disk. On GPT partitions, the database is contained in a 1-MB reserved (hidden) partition.
    Dynamic disks are a separate form of volume management that allows volumes to have noncontiguous extents on one or more physical disks. Dynamic disks and volumes rely on the Logical Disk Manager (LDM) and Virtual Disk Service (VDS) and their associated features. These features enable you to perform tasks such as converting basic disks into dynamic disks, and creating fault-tolerant volumes. To encourage the use of dynamic disks, multi-partition volume support was removed from basic disks, and is now exclusively supported on dynamic disks.
    The following operations can be performed only on dynamic disks:
    Create and delete simple, spanned, striped, mirrored, and RAID-5 volumes.
    Extend a simple or spanned volume.
    Remove a mirror from a mirrored volume or break the mirrored volume into two volumes.
    Repair mirrored or RAID-5 volumes.
    Reactivate a missing or offline disk.
    Another difference between basic and dynamic disks is that dynamic disk volumes can be composed of a set of noncontiguous extents on one or multiple physical disks. By contrast, a volume on a basic disk consists of one set of contiguous extents on a single disk. Because of the location and size of the disk space needed by the LDM database, Windows cannot convert a basic disk to a dynamic disk unless there is at least 1 MB of unused space on the disk.
    Regardless of whether the dynamic disks on a system use the MBR or GPT partition style, you can create up to 2,000 dynamic volumes on a system, although the recommended number of dynamic volumes is 32 or less. For details and other considerations about using dynamic disks and volumes, see Dynamic disks and volumes.
    For more features of and usage scenarios for dynamic disks, see What Are Dynamic Disks and Volumes?.
    The operations common to basic and dynamic disks are the following:
    Support both MBR and GPT partition styles.
    Check disk properties, such as capacity, available free space, and current status.
    View partition properties, such as offset, length, type, and if the partition can be used as the system volume at boot.
    View volume properties, such as size, drive-letter assignment, label, type, Win32 path name, partition type, and file system.
    Establish drive-letter assignments for disk volumes or partitions, and for CD-ROM devices.
    Convert a basic disk to a dynamic disk, or a dynamic disk to a basic disk.
    Unless specified otherwise, Windows initially partitions a drive as a basic disk by default. You must explicitly convert a basic disk to a dynamic disk. However, there are disk space considerations that must be accounted for before you attempt to do this.

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