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Partedit32 Windows 7

Partedit32 Windows 7

Partedit32 is a partition editor for Linux and Windows that allows you to create, delete, resize, move, copy, and convert partitions on your hard disk. It is a command-line tool that can be run from a bootable CD or USB drive. Partedit32 can be useful for various tasks such as backup, recovery, cloning, dual-booting, and disk management.

In this article, we will show you how to use Partedit32 on Windows 7 to perform some common operations on your partitions. Before you proceed, make sure you have a backup of your important data and a Windows 7 installation disc or recovery drive in case something goes wrong.


How to download and run Partedit32 on Windows 7

To download Partedit32, you can visit the official website and download the latest version of the tool. The file is a ZIP archive that contains the executable file and a README file. You can extract the ZIP file to any location on your computer.

To run Partedit32 on Windows 7, you need to boot your computer from a CD or USB drive that has a Linux operating system. You can use any Linux distribution that supports booting from removable media, such as Ubuntu, Fedora, or Mint. You can create a bootable CD or USB drive using tools like Rufus or UNetbootin.