Most drives are shipped pre-formatted in one large block. If you add this drive to your computer, you'll often find you can use the drive without formatting. However, how do you reconfigure the drive so that you have partitions for your work, music and important documents? There are plenty of Windows-based partitioning tools, but as you're trying to partition your drive at the same time as using the files stored on the drive, it can go wrong. Partition-based disasters lead to unrecoverable data.
BootIt NG 1.80a is a tool that will enable you to create a bootable CD that you can use to re-partitioning an existing drive. This drive could be your existing system drive or a new drive that you've added to your computer. BootIt will create multiple partitions that you could use for a multi-boot system. For instance, you could boot in to either Windows or a Linux operating system.
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