Virtual partitions

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Virtual partitions

Unlike Virtual disks a virtual logical partition emulates a real logical drive or partition using a assigned geometry values. If you have a logical drive that is recognized by Windows and you cannot access the data in that drive, you may be able to gain access to your data by creating a virtual partition copy and change its attributes to gain an access. Active@ UNDELETE allows you following actions with virtual partitions:

Create virtual copy
Create virtual copy of real partition changing any attribute of its geometry without affecting disk partitioning.
Create virtual partition
Besides a copy of real partition or volume you can create custom partition linked to any physical device without changing data.

To delete virtual partition select it in Recovery Explorer and click Delete button in toolbar or use context menu command Delete or click Del key for the same purpose.

See Also:

Edit boot sectors | Create virtual partition

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