VAIO User Guide SVZ1311 Series


Creating Other Drives (Modifying Partitions)

Partitions are divided areas on your built-in storage device. Dividing the built-in storage device into more than one partition may have various advantages, such as separating the system files from your data files.
Your VAIO computer has only one partition (C: drive) as the factory default setting.
If you want to store data in another partition, such as D: drive, change the partition size and create a new partition.
You can create partitions during recovery. For more information on how to create partitions, see Creating Partitions during Recovery. [Details]
  • You cannot create partitions (D: drive, etc.) using the Windows feature.

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