rotormota 09:04 03 Dec 2009


I want to create a partition on a secondary 300gb hd within my VHPMC PC. It only contains a folder of third party software, no OS or similarly vital components. Using Easeus Partition Master will the afore mentioned folder be erased during the partition process?

Many thanks.

  Technotiger 09:07 03 Dec 2009

I have not used Easeus, but if it is similar to Partition Magic, then your data should be safe and still there after partitioning.

  canarieslover 09:21 03 Dec 2009

I have used Easeus and found it to be fairly simple to use and will not destroy the data providing you have quite a bit more free space on the drive than the partition that you want to create. Having said this, all partitioning software does recommend backing up before using it.

  skeletal 09:24 03 Dec 2009

Theoretically, creating, resizing and merging partitions should not erase or corrupt any data. However, given it is a computer, and software is involved, things could go wrong.

Thus, where data you have is vital, it is always a good idea to back it up before doing anything.


  rotormota 09:52 03 Dec 2009

Thanks, very helpful. I want to install Windows 7 on the created clean partition so hopefully it will work. By the way- 'given it is a computer, and software is involved, things could go wrong' LOL! I know exactly what you are saying!


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