Dynamic disk to basic utility


C

Chris

Does anyone know where I can get a copy of the Dmunroot
utility that revert disks back to basic from dynamic. It
is a Microsoft utility.

Thanks in advance
 
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Subrahmanya Bhandarkar [MSFT]

It is not microsoft utility

Windows 2000 does not support reverting your boot disk from a dynamic disk
to a basic disk.
Windows 2000 does not support reverting your non boot disk from a dynamic
disk to a basic disk with data ( you have to delete volume first)


http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;217226&Product=win20
00
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;308209&Product=win20
00#17




Subbu
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Subrahmanya Bhandarkar [MSFT]

http://www.winnetmag.com/Article/ArticleID/13762/13762.html


This link says that
To undo this conversion run Dmunroot.exe which will revert boot and system
partition back to basic but all other volumes will be destroyed.
Alternatively you should backup any data on the disk you wish to preserve,
then delete all partitions - that should activate the menu choice "Revert
to Basic Disk", the entire disk HAS to be unallocated or free space.
Dmunroot is an unsupported utility available from Microsoft.


Subbu
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Chris

Chris said:
Does anyone know where I can get a copy of the Dmunroot
utility that revert disks back to basic from dynamic. It
is a Microsoft utility.

Thanks in advance

Thanks for the response but I don't understand. In your first post you
say it isn't a Microsoft utility and then you say it is. Which one?

Do you know where I can get it from?
 
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Working as the head of a human, boot partition will influence the performance of your computer to a large degree, especially the running speed. By the way, most of the program and applocations are installed on this partition.

To ensure the high performance of the computer and upgrade applications available. To have a large boot partition size is needed.

Here is a safe and convenicent way to extend the boot partition http://www.partition-tool.com/resource/resize-boot-partition.htm
 
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Microsoft only can revert back to basic disk by disk management and diskpart.exe, but this require deleting volumes on the dynamic disk to fulfill the back. the utility dynamic disk converter directly convert with deleting volume no required.
 
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Microsoft only can revert back to basic disk by disk management and diskpart.exe, but this require deleting volumes on the dynamic disk to fulfill the back. the utility dynamic disk converter directly convert with deleting volume no required. extactme said right.

As I know, there is a free convert dynamic disk to basic disk without data loss tool. You can get it from
http://www.partition-tool.com/personal.htm
 
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