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Aomei Dynamic Disk Converter 3.5 Full 18


In this post, you are going to learn three ways to convert dynamic disk to basic. The first method promises a safe conversion. You can convert dynamic to basic without losing data. But you need to pay for the easy-to-use software. The second and third methods are free. But you need to take the risk of data loss. Here are the details on how to run dynamic disk converters.




Aomei Dynamic Disk Converter 3.5 Full 18



Reliable partition manager software - EaseUS Partition Master can assist you in converting dynamic disk to basic without any data loss. You just need to download this partition manager and apply its disk conversion feature to convert dynamic disk to basic disk, including simple volume and mirrored volume. Besides, it has many highlights.


Windows Disk Management has a lot of limitations. If you want to convert dynamic disk to basic disk, you have to delete all volumes on dynamic disk first. Therefore, Windows Disk Management is not a wise choice to convert dynamic disk to basic disk without data loss.


After choosing "Break Mirrored Volume" or "Remove Mirror", the mirrored volumes will become simple volumes. Then, you can delete them and convert dynamic disk to basic disk by repeating delete all volumes on the disk.


You have learned about three ways to convert dynamic disk to basic disk. You can also convert basic disk to dynamic disk with simple steps. EaseUS disk management tool makes file system conversion (FAT32 to NTFS or NTFS to FAT32), and disk management easy and fast.


Aomei Dynamic Disk Manager Home Edition is a great, free and reliable disk utility. This program will allow you to create, delete, format, resize, shrink, move or extend dynamic volumes to maximize disk space usage and keep data safe. It also offers a collection of tools including Dynamic Volumes Master and Disk Converter.


The origins of basic and dynamic disks can be dated back to Windows 2000, and from then on they are added into the Windows system administrator tools. Basic disks and dynamic disks are two types of hard disk configurations in Windows. Most personal computers are configured as basic disks, which are the simplest to manage. No matter it is basic or dynamic disk, you can use any file system, including FAT and NTFS. You can put a basic disk converted to a dynamic disk. But you should know this is not a bidirectional operation. Once you change a basic disk into a dynamic disk, you can't change it back unless you recreate the volume, or use some tools such as AOMEI Partition Assistant.


The most obvious difference between them is the operating system they support. All versions of Windows or even DOS support basic disks. But to dynamic disks, things are different. Only the latter versions of Windows, including Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7/8/8.1 and various versions of server systems support dynamic disks.


To begin with, dynamic disk do not support to install many operating systems. In other word, operating systems can not run normally or even refuse to work. Secondly, a lot of software fails to be recognized, like VMware, ghost and so on. Meanwhile, dynamic disk has no stable performance. Sometimes, it becomes invalid and unreadable, or it even changes to an external disk. What's more, when starting a dual boot operating system, one may work smoothly, while the other one will be blue screen, which may lead to system crash.


As I mentioned above, it is necessary to change dynamic drive to basic for some purposes, but how can you fulfill the task easily and safely? Will you delete or format all the things in dynamic disk, and then use Disk Management to convert to basic disk? No! That's too troublesome! Here is a perfect partition manager to manage both dynamic and basic disk. Also, it is workable to do the conversion between dynamic and basic disk.


Is it easy? Just three steps can complete the task convert dynamic to basic without deleting successfully. It runs perfectly on the newly released Windows 7/8/8.1, Vista, XP and 2000, both 32bit and 64bit.


AOMEI Dynamic Disk Manager Pro allows you to resize dynamic disk, shrink dynamic volume, move volume slice, extend dynamic system volume, and also supports adding a drive to RAID, removing the drive from RAID, and converting dynamic disk to basic disk. The detailed features are listed below: 350c69d7ab


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