Re: Satellite L750-Question about a data Partition

L750 HARD disk is divided as follows:

Drive C: 232 GB
D drive: 233 GB (recovered files)

I'm not sure, if drive D is the one where do I place my own data, why must the files of recovery that probably should be in a separate partition. Can I create a new partition in the disk D for my own personal data that I don't want to place it with the recovery files in case they are accidentally deleted?

In addition, I don't want to put my data on the C drive.

> I'm not sure if drive D is where should I place my own data...
Why not? What is the problem? Why is - what are irritated you with existing collection case here?
I n t have Satellite L750 but if you can see folder HDDRecovery there you can set it to be hidden and you see it, but it will always be there. After doing this, you will not be able to accidentally erase.
>... Why does have the files for recovery that probably should be in a separate partition.
It doesn't have to be on a separate partition.
> Can I create a new partition in the disk D for my own personal data that I don't want to place it with the recovery files in case they are accidentally deleted?
There no sense to create a third partition if you already have the second partition D. use this partition to save all the data of a personal nature. I do the same.

By the way: s user guides described document that you must create recovery DVDs. This recovery with the recovery image DVDs can be used for installing the OS. In General, after the creation of recovery disks, you can even remove data recovery. Don t move anywhere data recovery. Result may be that you will not be able to start the installation of HARD drive recovery -

If you have any other questions you are welcome.

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