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may i use window 8 when i am already using window 7

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Hello,

Try this 1

Yes, you can install the Windows 8 in another drive and use Windows 7 &

Windows 8 as Dual Operating System.

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thanks,
and there is onother que.
there is only one derive in my pc. so how i can split that single derive unto one more????
so that i can download window 8 in other derive.
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Hello,

Try this 1

In Windows 7 you can create the partitions from the "Disk Management". If

120GB is allocated to C drive and if you want to shrink that size to create a

another drive then

1) Click on Start --> In search box type diskmgmt.msc and press "Enter".

Disk Management window will be opened.

2) Now right-click on your OS partition ( C drive ) and click on "Shrink Volume".

The Shrink Volume window will appear. Type the amount you want to shrink by

in the 'Enter the amount of disk space you want to shrink in MB' label.

For example, to shrink the partition from 35 GB to 30 GB, type 5000 in the text

box and click on "Shrink".

3)Now right click on the unallocated partition or volume and click on New

Simple Volume and follow the instructions.

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thanks,
bt the que is that the above solution is only for shrink the derive's volume or by this formula we can split drive-C into more derives like Derive-D and Derive-E???????????
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With above solution you can take some space from your C- Drive and then you can make the further partitions like D-Drive, E-Drive etc with the unallocated space.
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bt when we enter disk mgmnt in starts diolog box it dosnt show ant thing related to disk management.
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Hello,
Try this 1
Try to enter the diskmgmt.msc in "Run". Make sure you have entered correctly.
Another way to open disk management is by right-click on your "Computer" icon (Found at the desktop) --> Manage --> At the left side, click on "Disk Management:". You can see your partition at the right-side.
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