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on Thu Sep 20, 2012 7:39 pm

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code Partition Magic 8.0

Partition Magic 8.0 Full Version with Serial
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is a computer program for hard disk drive partitioning originally made
by the PowerQuest corporation but now owned by Symantec. As of December
8, 2009, the Symantec website stated that they no longer offer Partition
Magic. The program runs on Microsoft Windows operating systems
including Windows 2000 and Windows XP, but is incompatible with Windows
Vista or Windows 7. The utility can also be run from a bootable CD-ROM
and enables creation and modification of partitions. Existing partitions
can be resized without loss of data.
PartitionMagic is capable of resizing NTFS, FAT16 or FAT32 partitions
without data loss, and can copy and move partitions, including to other
disks. It also has various other features, including being able to
convert between FAT16, FAT32 and NTFS, modify the cluster size of
FAT16/32 and NTFS filesystems, and merge adjacent FAT or NTFS
filesystems (all without data loss, though some NTFS-only metadata is
lost on conversion to FAT). Additionally, it had somewhat limited
support for ext2 and ext3 partitions.
PartitionMagic releases 1–3 were offered in DOS, OS/2 and Windows
versions. Symantec's PartitionMagic version 8 dropped the OS/2 version. A
server version was also offered under the name Server Magic for Windows
and Novell NetWare servers.
The stable version of PartitionMagic 8.05 also includes for a rescue
floppy disk an additional DOS version of PartitionMagic. This DOS
version of PartitionMagic (include DR-DOS or MS-DOS) is matching on two
1.44 MB or one 2.88 MB floppy disks.
The Windows version of PartitionMagic can also be integrated in BartPE
(Bart's Preinstalled Environment) a Windows XP based Live CD created by
using the PE Builder. To integrate PartitionMagic into BartPE a PE
Builder plug-in for PartitionMagic is available.


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