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Are There Hidden Partitions On Your Computer?

I have seen hidden partitions on peoples computers that can be hiding various unwanted malware etc.

If you have multiple hard drives or partitions , look for restore partitions first ( don't delete or format that) but the ones to look for are the ones that are a few megabytes in size.

So how do you find the partitions?

On your start menu , right click on computer and click on manage

This will open Computer Management

Click on Disk Management

You will then see all the various partitions on your computer

Remember be careful when doing this but it can highlight a problem area for you as many virus infections can manifest themselves into a small partition on your hard drive.

EaseUs have a free partition manager which will also show the partitions on your hard drive but remember if you dont know what you are doing leave it alone.


Image Your Hard Drive & Get Back Up & Running Quickly

To do back up

So you have formatted your hard drive and :

  • reinstalled your operating system
  • updated your operating system
  • updated your drivers
  • installed your applications
  • updated all your applications
  • installed your anti virus solution
  • updated your anti virus solution

Now before you add your documents , why not copy /image / clone ( it's all the same ) your hard drive so that if disaster strikes and you have to reinstall your operating system again it will not take long to get up and running if you have cloned your hard drive.

These software solutions will make a copy of your hard drive that you will be able to install if disaster strikes and you would like to go back to a nice pristine installation.

There are 2 FREE solutions to this EASEUS and DRIVE SNAPSHOT