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partitioning external harddrive


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Hello all,

I have used G-parted to partition my external harddrive. I made three primary stations: I,J, and K. Is this correct? Is it better to make logical partitions of them?
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either method would be sufficient and does pretty much the same thing....if you've got the 3 partitions you were hoping ot h ave...and they're functional...then...job's done
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:) ty
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