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Hophoebe

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  1. Many PCs now include the ability to use the UEFI version of BIOS, which can speed up boot and shutdown times and can provide additional security advantages. To boot your PC in UEFI mode, you'll need to use a drive formatted using the GPT drive format. Many PCs are ready to use UEFI, but include a compatibility support module (CSM) that is set up to use the legacy version of BIOS. This version of BIOS was developed in the 1970s and provides compatibility to a variety of older equipment and network configurations, and requires a drive that uses the MBR drive format. However, the basic MBR drive format does not support drives over 4TB. It's also difficult to set up more than four partitions. The GPT drive format lets you set up drives that are larger than 4 terabytes (TB), and lets you easily set up as many partitions as you need.
  2. I have a question about extend primary partition Plan to extend P by shrinking L and then extending C by shrinking P, but that didn't work out quite the way I planned. How to allocate xxGB from the L partition to the C partition Someone say bacause P and L partitions are logical partition, it that right? How to do it?
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