Will the shrinked drive be deleted after formating C: drive

Discussion in 'Windows 7 Help and Support' started by neophyte, May 30, 2011.

  1. neophyte

    neophyte New Member

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    There is single drive in my laptop i.e. C drive and suppose I shrinked that drive through disk management and made two partaion (C drive and D drive)

    Now, if i have to format the C drive to install new windows , will the D drive remains or it will also be deleted?
     
  2. rbeldua

    rbeldua Honorable Member

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    Drive D will remain as it is...all your files in Drive D: will not be affected or deleted by formatting Drive C: just don't delete the partition of Drive C: and the one you have shrinked which is Drive D:. :D
     
    #2 rbeldua, May 30, 2011
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  3. neophyte

    neophyte New Member

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    i am asking it because i've heard that drive made by shrinking c: are not real partation
     

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