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I spoke to marked earlier about my external hard drive - I have more problems. The external hard drive is divided and I can only see one partition - not the one I need

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Hello , I have external hard disk 1TB i was divided to 4 partition and by mistake from bad program merged all partition and make like quick format what the best solution to get the information pack ??


For a start, you should remember (or learn) that files NEVER are deleted in a hard drive. When you format or repartition your hard disk, you only get deleted directories with the address to localise your files, similar to deleting the index of a book.
Try not to use your computer until you download and install a file recovery application. Use another computer if possible, because each time you use your computer, you are overwriting apparently free sectors wher you might have some lost files.
Download a USB resident recovery application. PORTABLE RECUVA might do it

https://www.piriform.com/recuva/features/portable-version


Run you application from USB according to indication. to recover file types you are really interested: doc, mp3, txt, xls etc...
Good luck!

May 11, 2015 | Hard Computers & Internet

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How to properly setup a single hard drive for Windows.


Hello Windows user, setting up Windows on your hard drive is easy, but there is a better way to setup Windows so you will never have problems later, (especially XP users), So before you start setting up Windows, I suggest you partition your hard drive to 2 (or 3) partition, one for the system (usually this is drive C:), one for your data (this is drive D:). Partitioning simply divides your hard drive to several sections, the main advantage is in case your windows system goes bad, or get infected by a virus, you can easily back up your important documents, simply copy all your important files to drive D: (drive D: is not erased if you setup Windows on drive C:)

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for example:
To create a partition, on an XP setup, using a 160GB hard drive, divide your 160GB Hard Drive to 2, Press C to create a partition see picture. 80GB for windows system files and 80GB for data files.

Never setup the entire Windows on drive C: alone. create 2 partition. So before you choose where to setup Windows, there is an option to create another partition, input how much storage space you need for the partition in our example 80GB on a 160 GB drive. then proceed to setup Windows on drive C:. (at this point there are two drives, C: and D:)
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On Windows Vista, although the backup is automatic, its much wiser to partion your hard drive.

on Apr 07, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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What hard drive is used in wj-hd316a


The hard disk is divided into three partitions: "Normal Recording,"

"Event Recording," and "Copy." Image data is automatically

recorded to the appropriate partition according to the recording

mode. For the normal recording partition, the data is overwritten

when the capacity is full. The event recording partition prohibits

overwriting to protect data. Copy partition prepares data for

retrieval to external medium.

Hard Disk Partitioning Function* automatically

selects the partition to be recorded.

RAID5 distributes image data to multiple hard disks in the

extension unit. Upon hard disk breakdown, lost data can be

restored from other hard disks. When using one WJ-HD300A

Series unit, mirroring function is available for data backup.

RAID5 / Mirroring Function

Playback VMD

One VMD area can set one

playback image for motion

search.

WJ-HD300A Series

Conventional

(* 10, 13, and 16 screens are available only with the WJ-HD316A.)

Even when images from multiple cameras are displayed on a multi-screen,

live monitoring can be achieved on all cameras at a full rate of 60 ips

(image per second). Experience real-time,

full surveillance with

full-rate video images.

Full Rate Live Multi-Screen

4-window 7-window 9-window 10-window* 13-window* 16-window*

Multi-screen in versatile variations

GUI Setup Menu

Time Table

Actual recording result (Example)
hope it helps

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How to make partation in new hard disc using window xp


Hello sir and Windows user, setting up Windows on your hard drive is easy, but there is a better way to setup Windows so you will never have problems later, like back up and searching for flash drives (especially XP users), So before you start setting up Windows, I suggest you partition your hard drive to 2 (or 3) partition, one for the system (usually this is drive C:), one for your data (this is drive D:). Partitioning simply divides your hard drive to several sections, the main advantage is in case your windows system goes bad, or get infected by a virus, you can easily back up your important documents, simply copy all your important files to drive D: (drive D: is not erased if you setup Windows on drive C:)

f08f0b4.gif

for example:
To create a partition, on an XP setup, using a 160GB hard drive, divide your 160GB Hard Drive to 2, Press C to create a partition see picture. 80GB for windows system files and 80GB for data files.

Never setup the entire Windows on drive C: alone. create 2 partition. So before you choose where to setup Windows, there is an option to create another partition, input how much storage space you need for the partition in our example 80GB on a 160 GB drive. then proceed to setup Windows on drive C:. (at this point there are two drives, C: and D:)

On Windows Vista, the backup is automatic, but then again, its much wiser to partition your hard drive.

Sep 10, 2010 | Maxtor Hard Drive

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HOW TO PARTITION FREE AGENT 500 HARD DISK. i HAVE NO PRIOR EXPERIENCE AND WOULD LIKE TO ENSURE EXISTING DATA IN FREE AGENT REMAINS INTACT. pLEASE ADVISE


First, copy all of the data from the drive to another as a backup.

Now the drive already has a partition or you would not be able to store data on it. Therefore, you could only be speaking about dividing it into multiple partitions.

Therefore you delete the exisiting partition and then create smaller partitions. In Windows you will be limited to 4-partitions.

I hope this helps.

Sep 06, 2010 | Seagate FreeAgent Pro - 500GB, 7200 RPM,...

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How do i partion my segate hard disk, it is 5oo GB


In order to partition a drive, you must use the partition manager. There is a command-line version of this application that is more consistent between the different Windows OS's so I'll instruct you in that.
First we need to be sure we are partitioning the correct drive. Open up My Computer and write down what drive letter your seagate external drive is (i.e. G).
Now let's start up disk partition manager. click on the Start button, and then click on "Run" type in "diskpart" (without the quotation marks) and press enter. This will open up a command prompt window with the heading "Microsoft DiskPart...".
Type in the following command: "list disk".
This will bring up a list of all of your disks currently recognized by the computer. Be sure the drive letter you wrote down earlier is on this list, also write down the drive number corresponding to your seagate external at this time. now go ahead and select this volume by typing "volume __" where __ corresponds to the drive letter of your seagate drive.
Now that we have everything set up we will create the partition.
type "create partition [size=_]" where _ is the size of the partition you want to add, in megabytes (MB).
If you encounter any trouble or want something more than a simple partition see the full instruction to use the diskpart utility here:
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc766465%28WS.10%29.aspx
Best of luck! and please rate my response

Jul 13, 2010 | Seagate FreeAgent Pro - 500GB, 7200 RPM,...

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My external hard drive is not working right


If your drive is in good condition, you will be able to make a new partition ,if it is not seen in my computer, you will have to go to control panel,find administrative tools icon,click on it,click on storage, and drive should be seen here.Place mouse pointer on drive hash mark. Right click on mouse you will give you option to create partition also to format drive.

Aug 03, 2009 | SimpleTech 250GB USB2.0 7200 RPM External...

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I have a freeagent go 500gb portable hard drive. Can I partition?


YES YOU CAN YOU CAN INSTALL AND USE ACRONIS DRIVE PARTITION OR CONTACT SEAGATE TECH SUPPORT AND THEY WILL ASSIST YOU.RICHARDM69

Mar 10, 2009 | Seagate FreeAgent Pro - 500GB, 7200 RPM,...

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WD External Hard Drive 320GB Cyclic Error


Windows Delayed write file error

Read this

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/330174

since your talking about the External drives, a lot of reasons makes this happen. if the resolution above link cant help you, then try this:

Make sure that update the driver of your PC hard drive. Usually, this errors appear if your moving from one hard drive brand to another ex: seagate to samsung etc....

updated hard drive driver resolve this.

Make sure the cables are alright. Or at least have the latest service pack. USB drivers causes issues as well. I updated mine and the problem did not crop up anymore. hope this would help.

Feb 22, 2009 | Western Digital Elements powered by WD 320...

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Not showing up


recheck to insure partitions rexcognized and reinstall unit driver.

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