Re: Can't do partition in windows vista home premium
If your hard drive doesn't yet have partitions created by Vista, then here
are two ways. If you boot a Windows XP SP2 CD and select the repair console
then you can create and format partitions. If you boot a Knoppix CD then
you can create partitions and Vista will format them.
If your hard drive already has partitions created by Vista then Knoppix's
fdisk tool can display them with warnings, but I wouldn't dare try to mess
with them. I'd rather repave the hard drive and start over by creating all
If your hard drive already has partitions created by Vista then XP gives
error messages. Microsoft's Help and Support says sorry, Microsoft has no
knowledge of Microsoft's screwup.
<firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>i tried to do partition in my primary drive. After I shrink volume, I
> get 20gb of unallocated space. But when I start new simple volume
> wizard until the final step, I was prompted with error message that "
> the operation you selected will convert basic disk to dynamic disk".
> When I select yes, operation can not be performed. I cannot format the
> drive and thus cannot use the unallocated space. Can anyone suggest to
> me how to do partition in windows vista home premium?