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Posted on Jul 16, 2008
Norton is known to be memory intensive. Depending on the size of you HD - you may want to save some of your documents on an external drive instead - (good for backing up of you system too.) Run the disk clean up utility found in Programs-Accessories-System Tools-Disk Cleanup then defrag the HD. This will give you some extra space. Last is either uninstall Norton and get a less memory hog such and Trend Micro. Hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 12, 2008
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To create a partition from a new or newly formatted computer, make sure Windows is installed. Load any programs and drivers you would like to keep in case you need to back up to a previous version of your computer's settings.
Install your partition creation software; in this article we will use Norton Ghost. Before creating your partition, disable any anti virus and other scanning software.
Create your partition by going to your ms-dos prompt: from your Start menu, press "Run," and type "cmd" without quotations in the run dialog box. At the dos prompt, type "fdisk" without quotations, and choose option 1 (Create DOS partition or Logical DOS Drive). Set the partition size to 10 GB at press enter.
Open Norton Ghost and follow the instructions to create a recovery partition in the new partition you had just created. The process should take anywhere from one to three hours, depending on the size of the files you are going to back up.
Restart your computer. When done, open Norton Ghost to verify that the Recovery Partition was created.
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