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Acronis Disk Director 11 Home Userguide

Acronis Disk Director 11 Home Userguide

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Acronis® Disk Director® 11 Home is an all-new version of the most feature-rich disk management product available. If you're serious about maximizing disk use and data safety, it's never been easier to create hard disk partitions or resize, move or merge partitions without data loss. Acronis Disk Director 11 Home includes powerful new features like Windows® 7 support, Dynamic Disk and GPT disk support, spanning a volume across multiple disks and much more.

Download free demo here: http://www.acronis.com/homecomputing/products/diskdirector/
Acronis® Disk Director® 11 Home is an all-new version of the most feature-rich disk management product available. If you're serious about maximizing disk use and data safety, it's never been easier to create hard disk partitions or resize, move or merge partitions without data loss. Acronis Disk Director 11 Home includes powerful new features like Windows® 7 support, Dynamic Disk and GPT disk support, spanning a volume across multiple disks and much more.

Download free demo here: http://www.acronis.com/homecomputing/products/diskdirector/

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This operation applies to primary volumes on basic MBR disks.

To specify the volume from which the machine will start, you need to set a volume to become active.
A disk can have only one active volume, so if you set a volume as active, the volume, which was
previously active, will be automatically unset.

To set a volume active

1. Right-click the primary volume you want to set as active, and then click Mark as active.
If there is no other active volume in the system, the pending volume setting active operation
volume will be added.

Note: By setting the new volume active, the former active volume letter might be changed and some of the
installed programs might stop running.

2. If another active volume is present in the system, you will receive a warning that the previous
active volume will no longer be active. Click OK in the Warning window to add the pending
volume setting active operation.

Even if you have the operating system on the new active volume, in some cases the machine will not be
able to boot from it. You will have to confirm your decision to set the new volume active.

The results of the pending operation are immediately displayed as if the operation was performed.

To perform the pending operation you will have to commit (p. 22) it. Exiting the program without
committing the pending operations will effectively cancel them.

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