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Windows 7 Partition Tools

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How to hide Partitions in Windows 7 using Command prompt:-
There are numerous ways or tricks to hide your partitions of an Hard disk.Lots of 3rd party software’s are avail to play with your hard disk like conceal /lock those partitions as you suits.But as experts say before having a thought of an 3rd party software’s , always should have a research whether there is any trick built into Your OS that fulfill your need.Even there might be some unknown DOS command(those who are not experts) that could help to achieve this tricks.What ever you are, if an highly occupied tech experts or an highly paid Software Expert,it’s a mere fact that you might forget these simple DOS commands.
  1. Click Start.
  2. In the Search field or Run type CMD .
  3. Right click the DOS/CMD icon and click Run as Administrator from menu.
  4. In the Command Prompt window, type: Diskpart
  5. Press Enter.
  6. Type List Volume
  7. Press Enter. A list of all the partitions contained on your hard disk will be displayed. Such partitions will be identified by a letter and a number. For example, partition A will be identified by number 1 etc.
  8. Let’ say that you want to make partition B invisible. Partition B is identified by number 2
  9. Type Select Volume 2 and press Enter.
  10. Now, type Remove letter B
  11. Press Enter.
  12. If asked, reboot your computer.
  13. If you want to unhide and make the partition visible again, repeat steps 1 to 9 then type Assign letter B
Of course it’s a mere trick ,which you can hide partitions using Computer Management Tool.But all in all “Every one have always a Choice”.

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