EASEUS Partition Master Pro 5.0.1 - Giveaway

Discussion in 'backup, imaging & disk mgmt' started by renegade08, Feb 8, 2010.

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  1. renegade08

    renegade08 Registered Member

    Aug 26, 2008


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  2. andyman35

    andyman35 Registered Member

    Nov 2, 2007
    This is an excellent utility that does the job very well.Runs in UBCD4Win too.:thumb:
  3. jonyjoe81

    jonyjoe81 Registered Member

    May 1, 2007
    thanks, I tested it on windows xp. (all drives where backed up before the tests for safety reasons)

    From within windows xp, I had a 200gb (70gb of data) hard drive slaved in. I decided to partition it into 2 partitions (30gb/170gb). It took about 2 hours and the task was succesful.

    I next decided to run a test on the bootdrives (xp) of 2 computers. For this test I decided to use the bootcd I created. (note during the use of the bootcd, I notice the bootcd does state that for vista/7 it's best to do the partitioning from within windows instead of the bootcd).
    First bootdrive 200gb divided into a 20gb boot partition and 180gb data partition. I decided to increase the boot partition to 30gb. The whole procedure took about 3 hours and again was succesful.
    Second bootdrive was 320gb divided into 20gb boot partition and a 300gb data partition. For this test I also increased the size of the boot partition to 30gb. the process took almost 4 hours and again was successful.

    Very easy program to use and has proven reliable so far.
  4. highbids

    highbids Registered Member

    Jan 18, 2006
    I've got Windows XP Pro SP 3 with a new XP install on it.

    I'd like to partition my WD 120MB HD & use one partition as storage for software &
    incremental backups in case I get hit with a virus & then be able to boot to the restore
    rescue image if possible.

    Can I do this with EASEUS Partition Master Pro or should I use
    Acronis True Image Home 2010

    Whats the best way to do this & which software should I use
    and should I make the new partition NTFS or fat32 for a format.
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