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What is logical and Primary partitions? What is booting?

What are logical and Primary partitions? What is booting?

it is a must thing for you and every hacker. You have good experience with the computer that's "How Computer Works?". How to install Operating Systems?", "What is Bios? (legacy UEFI)". "What is File System" "What is master bool record?, How can it modify?", "What is 32bit & 64bit System?, What is logical & Primary partitions? What is booting?, and many more about it You must have a piece of Good knowledge about these things.

  • a) every hacker. You have good experience with the computer that's "How Computer Works?"?
  • b) How to install Operating Systems?
  • c) What is Bios? (legacy UEFI)
  • d) What is File System
  • e) What is the master bool record?, How can it modify?
  • f) What is 32bit & 64bit System?
  • g) What are logical and Primary partitions? What is booting?

Primary Partition Vs Extended Partition

In this video, we will see the difference between Primary and Extended partitions, support for these partitions on BIOS and UEFI firmware, and the maximum number of partitions supported per disk.

This is followed by a demonstration of creating a Primary partition, an Extended Partition, and Logical Drive using Windows server 2016 Disk Manager.

Computer Booting Process

it's important to understand the boot process because it provides several keys pieces of forensic information and allows you as a forensic examiner to control the boot process to use forensic booting tools.

let's take a look at what happens when you boot a computer when you turn on your computer the power supply sends power to the motherboard which in turn activates the boot process power-on self-test post instructions are stored in a ROM a read-only memory chip as part of the BIOS or the basic input/output system the post runs through a series of tests to make sure everything is working most post sequences will have a combination of audible and visual messages to let you know what is and isn't working these are the beeps that you generally hear when your computer is booting up.

There are two types of the boot:

  1. Cold Boot/Hard Boot.
  2. Warm Boot/Soft Boot.

How to Perform Cold Booting, Warm Booting, and Shutting Down

today I will teach you how to perform cold and warm booting as well as shutting down the computer we are going to do cold booting.

1) we are going to do a cold booting

press the computer power button to start up your computer the computer connects to the hard disk drives and loads the operating system.

the operating system communicates to your computer hardware to make them operational.

if your computer at school has a log-on requirement you need to supply a password to view your windows desktop your password is important you need to remember it you cannot start up your computer if you cannot give the correct password.

2) this is how you do a worm booting

open the start menu click or tap the power button and choose restart.

one good thing is done when the computer is already switched on and you need to restart it due to program failure or if it's not responding to problems.

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