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Hello b gratzek what do you mean with missing disk space ? ex, Windows just ways that you have about 1.8 gigs of free space ? if this is the question , its because the filesystem organization , it will use some disk space to store the files information , and also 1 gigabyte its 1024 bytes , so if you divide 2000 / 1024 the result will be something like 1952,......
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My hard disk hide 90gb from 120gb. how can solve


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In Windows 7 you now have the option of expanding and using the free space to make the original partition larger. There may be some limitations, and you will have to create a new partition anyway.

You also have the option of deleting everything and configuring the drive as you see fit, and of course this does not apply to the active drive with Windows on it. All data will be lost.

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If you have a 32bit system, it is expected to have miscalculations, a 32 bits can only go up to 4Gb for calculations (that is, 2^32 = 4'294'967'296 bytes) a 64bit system can make calculations to 2^64 bytes this is also why you couldn't copy a file larger than 4Gb in a 32bit operating system...
So, if you are running a 32bit OS, you should expect a discrepancy for the total space of the Hard Drive and the amount it shows (that's the 93Gb you are missing as total capacity).
Another reason why it can show you incorrect calculations are damaged sectors on the hard drive it-self. These will present themselves either as occupied memory or missing memory.
So, you should expect some miss calculations and you can expect some damaged sectors on the hard disk (a external drive spins on and off too often, eventually damaging sectors... its a problem of physical drives).
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Good day everyone. I want to reformat my laptop (320 HD) but I cant find the hard disk space beside the recovery file which is stored under partition 1, with capacity space of 1.3GB. Can someone help me...


I guess your gonna reinstall Windows, is it showed up as unallocated space ?

I've it is, format it to NTFS, and your done.
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Click Start
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Click "Manage".
Expand the "Storage" part of the tree.
Click "Disk Management".
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Does it show the 56GB partition, followed by 100GB of "unallocated" space,
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If the former, backup all the files in the partition (copy to an external disk-drive, or copied to DVD-recordable disks, or to another computer).
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The 19 missing gigabytes is probably being used by the operating system.
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175gb missing from 250GB hard drive


Hi,

Appreciate the "Ask Me".

The only plausible explanation for the missing disk space would be the protected folder "System Volume Info".

Re-formatting would not restore your free space, however, re-partitioning would. May I suggest that you try PowerQuest Partition Magic. Of course like formatting, re-partitioning would completely delete the partition itself and would grant you back the entire disk space.

Unfortunately you can not use the same with the 1st partition since that is your active partition and presumably where your OS is residing. A workaround is to use another hard disk temporarily and transfer all the contents of partition 1 and make that eventually as your primary HD. Thereafter, re-partition again the entire 250Gb HD.

Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.

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