Question about ZT Group Cisnet T2060 Notebook Computer
1 or 2 Partitions is considered normal, 3 is over the top. But 13 is outrageous - however sometimes this can be caused due to several storage devices being plugged in to the computer. Sometimes if a card reader is installed in the computer, it installs many different drives in the computer regardless if you have no cards inside the card reader or not. If none of that applies to you, then for some reason - you have been set up with a strange amount of partitions, or AVG is reporting the wrong amount of partitions. The best way to check this is to right click My Computer, go to Manage and then select disk management, it will show you how many physical storage devices you have attached and how many partitions they have each.
Posted on Sep 07, 2007
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