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Nolan Richardson
Nolan Richardson

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if you have a spare hard drive, you can install that as a new volume and use it as the host volume for the compressed volume. however, youll have to make sure that you have enough storage space for both volumes. if this is the case, you can create a second volume. then, when youre ready to install the volume, you can install the original volume into the second volume.

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another option is to use a system restore disk. system restore disks are available for free online from microsoft. they allow you to restore your computer to a previous point in time. the good thing about restoring your computer to a previous point in time is that youll gain access to all of the data that was on that volume, including the data in the compressed volume. as long as the volume has not been corrupted, this is a good option for recovering your compressed volume.

the partition is remapped to a different drive letter. the partition is renamed to a new drive letter. later, this new drive letter becomes known as the host drive. once the drive letter has been changed, the compression utility begins copying the contents of the drive into a single compressed database file. this database contains the files themselves and information about where each file begins and ends and about the size of each file. as each file is added to this database, its removed from the host drive. when the process is complete, the compression driver software emulates the original drive letter and points to the database. this setup gives the illusion that your data still exists in its natural form.

once your hard disk is compressed, its much easier to compress a second or third disk. you can use the exact same utilities that were used for the original disk. because the hard disk is compressed, the space used for the files is reduced, so there is more space for other files. this is the theory behind the use of compressed hard disks. the faster the hard disk spins, the more space is available for files. this is why hard drives are made from magnetic materials. they have very high rotational speeds, which makes the data less likely to be altered by the static electricity that is always present. because the drive is compressed, it can be stored in a less protected area. this will increase the chances of the drive being damaged.


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