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Hi friend,
so you want to know how to partition the hard disk. there are many software are available to partition the hard disk. you have the windows operating system cd. there you can partition your hard disk.now i tell you the step by step method to partition the hard disk with windows operating system cd installation.


  1. insert the cd into the cd drive.
  2. press the F8 key while the computer before the beep sound comes.
  3. choose boot device to boot first, now choose the cd drive to first to boot.
  4. it enters into the setup of the windows.
  5. after entering into the setup it ask you to copy the windows directory into which drive.
  6. after that option you can select the drive and format the hard disk partition the what type drive you want and how much space you want in the selected drive.
ask me if you cant do it and inform to fixya.com

bye friend.

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