A smarter installation of Windows
In order to make a qualified installation of Windows, I recommend that you have 2 Hard Drives. The second drive can be installed retrospectively, after you install Windows. Since you spend a lot of time to get a complete setup, I think you should take a backup of type ‘Disk image’ / Ghost (a copy of the entire installation and all configurations). If something fails you can restore the entire installation with all Drivers and programs, including all configurations are made. This will save you many hours. Restoring a Ghost take ca: 0,5-1 hour, a complete installation takes 20 tim. – 3 days.
Partitioning – divide the disk into several so-called volumes or logical units type [C:], [D:] etc.. It will be on your computer look like separate hard drives. Thus, one can have multiple partitions on one physical hard drive. Your system disk in general is usually assigned to Partition [C:]. It should contain your system with Windows + all the applications you want to install. On the same drive, I recommend to create another partition with device names such as. D: [D: – The:] where all your files, type documents will be stored. This is to avoid mixing up your own files that are changed, with system- and program files that do not change. That is, 1:a hard disk [Disk 0] will have two partitions [C:] and [D:]. The size of these depends on whether you will install much software as the C: be large. My installation is 39GB and I have many programs installed, but no games. In retrospect it will look something like this.
Installation – When you start the installation from a CD:the installation will lead you to the partition of HDD. If the disk already has partitions, you can remove it with the key D and confirm with L. Do it on all partitions until you only have one unpartitioned disk. Now you can create your System Partition using key C which create ( has nothing to do with the volume name [C:] to do). Specify how large it should be, you decide. If you are uncertain while half the size of disk. You do not need to partition the second part now, they can do since. Go ahead and start the installation on the newly partitioned portion of the disk. If the drive is new, you can quickly format the, is the use while not fast. It may take 1 hours to format a large disk, but it's worth it if it is used.
After formatting, installation begins to copy some files to disk. Then turn on the computer again and now begin the installation and will most likely to stay and wait for response type Nationality and what time is it? When installation is complete, remove the CD:one and restart.
Now the first part of the installation finished, but far from finished.
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