A technician is asked to set up one hard drive that will support two operating systems and will store data files in three separate drive locations. Which partition settings will support these requirements?

Last Updated on March 24, 2021 by Admin

A technician is asked to set up one hard drive that will support two operating systems and will store data files in three separate drive locations. Which partition settings will support these requirements?

  • 2 primary, 1 active, 1 extended, 3 logical
  • 3 primary, 1 active, 2 extended
  • 2 logical, 2 active, 3 extended
  • 1 primary, 3 active, 1 extended, 2 logical
    Answers Explanation & Hints:

    The primary partition that is marked active must carry the boot files for both the operating systems.In this case the data can be stored in the three logical drives created in the extended partition, leaving one extra primary drive for additional storage.

 

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