Monday, December 28, 2015

How to open a hidden partition in Windows 7

How to open a hidden partition in Windows 7

When we do a clean re-install of Windows 7 or install the new hard drive to know that Windows 7 will create a partition size of 100 MB which is protected prior to installing Windows 7 on a new hard drive. This partition contains boot files and file2 windows 7 and the recovery environment does not allow to remove this partition, as it will damage the boot windows and the windows would not boot becomes.

By default, Windows 7 hides this partition in Windows Explorer, to see if there is a system that protected partition on the computer windows 7 us, type "diskmgmt.msc" in the search box or RUN and press the Enter key. Disk Management window opens, here we can see if there is a partition in windows 7 us.
How to open a hidden partition in Windows 7:
  1. Download the first tool Open Hidden System Drive, small and portable program is available for 32bit and 64bit versions, make sure you download matches the version of Windows 7 you.
  2. Click 2x on OpenHiddenSystemDrive.exe file to unlock the hidden protected partition system in windows 7 explorer, first it will seem empty drive, because this drive contains file2 system that by default it is hidden (hidden), to view this file we need to temporarily deactivate the option "hide protected operating system files" Here's how:
    • Open Windows Explorer, click on Tools and then Folder Options
      Click the View, and then we will see the option "Hide protected operating system files (recommended)"
      • Remove the centangan dikotaknya, then click Yes on the warning window that appeared, click the "aplly"

  • All hidden files should be visible.

Note: These tips apply only to editions of Windows 7 Professional, Enterprise and Ultimate.

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