Change volume to primary Tags: Configuration Partition Windows 7 Last response: March 21, 2010 3:26 PM in Windows 7 Share bald eagle March 20, 2010 8:13:37 PM How do you change, in Win 7-64bit, a logical Drive to a primary partition? More about : change volume primary treefrog07 a b $ Windows 7 March 20, 2010 8:24:28 PM You'll need disk partitioning software, I've been happily using Partition Wizard Home Edition. It works on all versions of Windows XP and later, 32-bit and 64-bit versions, and it's free for home use. bald eagle March 21, 2010 5:01:55 AM treefrog07 said:You'll need disk partitioning software, I've been happily using Partition Wizard Home Edition. It works on all versions of Windows XP and later, 32-bit and 64-bit versions, and it's free for home use. THANKS. It worked. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Get the answer treefrog07 a b $ Windows 7 March 21, 2010 3:26:53 PM You're welcome. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumDynamic volume to primary partition ForumConversion of drive c simple volume to primary partition windows 7 ForumSimple Volume to Primary Partition ForumHow change simple volume to primary in disk managment ForumHow to change primary display on AMD Radeon 6310? ForumCan't change my mic volume , picture inside ForumSimple To Primary Volume ForumSettting my larger partition as primary save spot ForumCan't boot with IDE primary master and primary slave hard drives attac ForumVolume slider in middle of screen ForumReplacing Primary Hard Drive ForumReplacement For My Primary Harddisk ForumConverting simple volume to primary volume ForumBoot Volume is not the Primary partition. Forum"Reboot and select Proper boot device" ForumHow to change email defaults for windows 7 32 ForumChange win 7 to outlook express ForumHow to change Forum[Solved] How can I change back to IDE mode after accidently going to AHCI ?? ForumHow to change 64 bit windows 7 to 32 bit? More resources Read discussions in other Windows 7 categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Laptops !