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Re: Is it wise to partition a 160GB drive on a Thinkpad T61 machine

JimB wrote:
Yes, I found it strange that no one reacted to LittleFoot's statement that on his 3000 N200 he lost the Recovery possibility from Lenovo at startup.

Maybe because this is the T series board?  ;-)


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Re: Is it wise to partition a 160GB drive on a Thinkpad T61 machine

Ye, how did I get in here ? But I think I'm convinced, that if the partitioning and the preservation of R&R works on a T series, it will certainly also work on a N series. But at the moment I'm not convinced yet, so I'll try the advice of getting another HD and doing the experiment on that one, since my 160Gb HD is getting full. And yes this is about partitioning a 160Gb HD, but I'm not gonna ask if it would work on a 320Gb too.