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Course 2272C: Implementing and supporting Microsoft Windows XP professional - Module 4

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Course 2272C: Implementing and supporting Microsoft Windows XP professional - Module 4

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Module 4: Managing disks. The following topics are covered in this module: Working with disk management, working with basic disks, working with dynamic disks, preparing disks when upgrading to Windows XP Professional, managing disks, defragmenting volumes.

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  1. Module 4: Managing Disks
  2. Overview Working with Disk Management Working with Basic Disks Working with Dynamic Disks Preparing Disks When Upgrading to Windows XP Professional Managing Disks Defragmenting Volumes
  3. Lesson: Working with Disk Management Identifying Disk-Management Tasks Performing Disk-Management Tasks by Using Disk Management Performing Disk-Management Tasks by Using DiskPart
  4. Identifying Disk-Management Tasks Use Disk Management and DiskPart to: Convert disk types Organize disk storage Format disks Add new disks View disk status and properties Troubleshoot disk problems
  5. Performing Disk-Management Tasks by Using Disk Management List vie Disk w Management Object number Graphi c view
  6. Performing Disk-Management Tasks by Using DiskPart
  7. Lesson: Working with Basic Disks Organizing a Basic Disk Creating Partitions and Drives on a Basic Disk Adding a Basic Disk
  8. Organizing a Basic Disk Primary partitions C: C: D: D: E: E: F: Extended G: partition with F: H: logical drives Up to four OR Up to three primary partitions primary and one extended partition partitions with logical drives
  9. Creating Partitions and Drives on a Basic Disk Creating a partition Creating a logical drive
  10. Adding a Basic Disk Before adding a disk After adding a disk Added
  11. Lesson: Working with Dynamic Disks Introduction to Dynamic Disks Converting from a Basic Disk to a Dynamic Disk Organizing a Dynamic Disk Creating a Volume Moving Dynamic Disks
  12. Introduction to Dynamic Disks Considerations for working with dynamic You can create volumes that can span disks: multiple disks There is no requirement for contiguous space when increasing or extending the size of a volume You must use a basic disk if you require a dual-boot system
  13. Converting from a Basic Disk to a Dynamic Disk Disk Management Disk Part
  14. Organizing a Dynamic Disk Simple volume Contains disk space from a single disk Striped volume Data is written alternately and evenly to two or more disks Spanned Includes disk space from two volume or more disks, filling the first disk, then the second, and so on
  15. Creating a Volume A simple volume resides on a single dynamic disk To create a spanned or striped volume, you must have two or more dynamic disks You cannot use the new volume wizard to format a volume as FAT or FAT32
  16. Moving Dynamic Disks Moving a disk When moving a dynamic disk, select Import Foreign Disk to update the dynamic database on the newly added disk When moving multidisk volumes, move all disks in the volume at the same time
  17. Lesson: Preparing Disks When Upgrading to Windows XP Professional Supported Disk Types Upgrading from Windows NT 4.0 Workstation or Windows 2000 Professional
  18. Supported Disk Types Supported Disk Operating System(s) Type(s) MS-DOS, Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows Millennium Basic Disk: Partitions Edition, Windows XP Home Edition Basic Disk: Partitions Windows NT 4.0 Workstation “Basic” Disk: Volume Sets and Striped Sets Basic Disk: Partitions Windows 2000 Professional, Windows Dynamic Disk: Simple, XP Professional Striped, and Spanned Volumes
  19. Upgrading from Windows NT 4.0 Workstation or Windows 2000 Professional Upgrading from Upgrading from Windows NT 4.0 with Windows 2000 volume or striped sets Professional with read- 1 Back up data only disks containing volume or striped sets 2 Delete volumes 1 Back up data In Windows 2000, Install Windows XP use Disk 3 Professional Management Convert basic disks 2 to convert basic 4 to dynamic disks disks to dynamic disks Install Windows XP 5 Create volume types 3 Professional 6 Restore data
  20. Lesson: Managing Disks Viewing Disk Status and Properties Extending a Volume or Partition Deleting a Volume or Partition Changing a Drive Letter Creating a Mount Point
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