Basic and Dynamic Disks - Win32 apps (2023)

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Before partitioning a drive or getting information about the partition layout of a drive, you must first understand the features and limitations of basic and dynamic disk storage types.

For the purposes of this topic, the term volume is used to refer to the concept of a disk partition formatted with a valid file system, most commonly NTFS, that is used by the Windows operating system to store files. A volume has a Win32 path name, can be enumerated by the FindFirstVolume and FindNextVolume functions, and usually has a drive letter assigned to it, such as C:. For more information about volumes and file systems, see File Systems.

In this topic:

  • Basic Disks
  • Dynamic Disks
  • Partition Styles
    • Master Boot Record
    • GUID Partition Table
  • Detecting the Type of Disk
  • Related topics

There are two types of disks when referring to storage types in this context: basic disks and dynamic disks. Note that the storage types discussed here are not the same as physical disks or partition styles, which are related but separate concepts. For example, referring to a basic disk does not imply a particular partition style—the partition style used for the disk under discussion would also need to be specified. For a simplified description of how a basic disk storage type relates to a physical hard disk, see Disk Devices and Partitions.

Basic Disks

Basic disks are the storage types most often used with Windows. The term basic disk refers to a disk that contains partitions, such as primary partitions and logical drives, and these in turn are usually formatted with a file system to become a volume for file storage. Basic disks provide a simple storage solution that can accommodate a useful array of changing storage requirement scenarios. Basic disks also support clustered disks, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) 1394 disks, and universal serial bus (USB) removable drives. For backward compatibility, basic disks usually use the same Master Boot Record (MBR) partition style as the disks used by the Microsoft MS-DOS operating system and all versions of Windows but can also support GUID Partition Table (GPT) partitions on systems that support it. For more information about MBR and GPT partition styles, see the Partition Styles section.

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You can add more space to existing primary partitions and logical drives by extending them into adjacent, contiguous unallocated space on the same disk. To extend a basic volume, it must be formatted with the NTFS file system. You can extend a logical drive within contiguous free space in the extended partition that contains it. If you extend a logical drive beyond the free space available in the extended partition, the extended partition grows to contain the logical drive as long as the extended partition is followed by contiguous unallocated space. For more information, see How Basic Disks and Volumes Work.

The following operations can be performed only on basic disks:

  • Create and delete primary and extended partitions.
  • Create and delete logical drives within an extended partition.
  • Format a partition and mark it as active.

Dynamic Disks

Note

For all usages except mirror boot volumes (using a mirror volume to host the operating system), dynamic disks are deprecated. For data that requires resiliency against drive failure, use Storage Spaces, a resilient storage virtualization solution. For more info, see Storage Spaces Overview.

Dynamic disks provide features that basic disks do not, such as the ability to create volumes that span multiple disks (spanned and striped volumes) and the ability to create fault-tolerant volumes (mirrored and RAID-5 volumes). Like basic disks, dynamic disks can use the MBR or GPT partition styles on systems that support both. All volumes on dynamic disks are known as dynamic volumes. Dynamic disks offer greater flexibility for volume management because they use a database to track information about dynamic volumes on the disk and about other dynamic disks in the computer. Because each dynamic disk in a computer stores a replica of the dynamic disk database, for example, a corrupted dynamic disk database can repair one dynamic disk by using the database on another dynamic disk. The location of the database is determined by the partition style of the disk. On MBR partitions, the database is contained in the last 1 megabyte (MB) of the disk. On GPT partitions, the database is contained in a 1-MB reserved (hidden) partition.

Dynamic disks are a separate form of volume management that allows volumes to have noncontiguous extents on one or more physical disks. Dynamic disks and volumes rely on the Logical Disk Manager (LDM) and Virtual Disk Service (VDS) and their associated features. These features enable you to perform tasks such as converting basic disks into dynamic disks, and creating fault-tolerant volumes. To encourage the use of dynamic disks, multi-partition volume support was removed from basic disks, and is now exclusively supported on dynamic disks.

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The following operations can be performed only on dynamic disks:

  • Create and delete simple, spanned, striped, mirrored, and RAID-5 volumes.
  • Extend a simple or spanned volume.
  • Remove a mirror from a mirrored volume or break the mirrored volume into two volumes.
  • Repair mirrored or RAID-5 volumes.
  • Reactivate a missing or offline disk.

Another difference between basic and dynamic disks is that dynamic disk volumes can be composed of a set of noncontiguous extents on one or multiple physical disks. By contrast, a volume on a basic disk consists of one set of contiguous extents on a single disk. Because of the location and size of the disk space needed by the LDM database, Windows cannot convert a basic disk to a dynamic disk unless there is at least 1 MB of unused space on the disk.

Regardless of whether the dynamic disks on a system use the MBR or GPT partition style, you can create up to 2,000 dynamic volumes on a system, although the recommended number of dynamic volumes is 32 or less. For details and other considerations about using dynamic disks and volumes, see Dynamic disks and volumes.

For more features of and usage scenarios for dynamic disks, see What Are Dynamic Disks and Volumes?.

The operations common to basic and dynamic disks are the following:

  • Support both MBR and GPT partition styles.
  • Check disk properties, such as capacity, available free space, and current status.
  • View partition properties, such as offset, length, type, and if the partition can be used as the system volume at boot.
  • View volume properties, such as size, drive-letter assignment, label, type, Win32 path name, partition type, and file system.
  • Establish drive-letter assignments for disk volumes or partitions, and for CD-ROM devices.
  • Convert a basic disk to a dynamic disk, or a dynamic disk to a basic disk.

Unless specified otherwise, Windows initially partitions a drive as a basic disk by default. You must explicitly convert a basic disk to a dynamic disk. However, there are disk space considerations that must be accounted for before you attempt to do this.

Partition Styles

Partition styles, also sometimes called partition schemes, is a term that refers to the particular underlying structure of the disk layout and how the partitioning is actually arranged, what the capabilities are, and also what the limitations are. To boot Windows, the BIOS implementations in x86-based and x64-based computers require a basic disk that must contain at least one master boot record (MBR) partition marked as active where information about the Windows operating system (but not necessarily the entire operating system installation) and where information about the partitions on the disk are stored. This information is placed in separate places, and these two places may be located in separate partitions or in a single partition. All other physical disk storage can be set up as various combinations of the two available partition styles, described in the following sections. For more information about other system types, see the TechNet topic on partition styles.

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Dynamic disks follow slightly different usage scenarios, as previously outlined, and the way they utilize the two partition styles is affected by that usage. Because dynamic disks are not generally used to contain system boot volumes, this discussion is simplified to exclude special-case scenarios. For more detailed information about partition data block layouts, and basic or dynamic disk usage scenarios related to partition styles, see How Basic Disks and Volumes Work and How Dynamic Disks and Volumes Work.

Master Boot Record

All x86-based and x64-based computers running Windows can use the partition style known as master boot record (MBR). The MBR partition style contains a partition table that describes where the partitions are located on the disk. Because MBR is the only partition style available on x86-based computers prior to Windows Server2003 with Service Pack1 (SP1), you do not need to choose this style. It is used automatically.

You can create up to four partitions on a basic disk using the MBR partition scheme: either four primary partitions, or three primary and one extended. The extended partition can contain one or more logical drives. The following figure illustrates an example layout of three primary partitions and one extended partition on a basic disk using MBR. The extended partition contains four extended logical drives within it. The extended partition may or may not be located at the end of the disk, but it is always a single contiguous space for logical drives 1-n.

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Each partition, whether primary or extended, can be formatted to be a Windows volume, with a one-to-one correlation of volume-to-partition. In other words, a single partition cannot contain more than a single volume. In this example, there would be a total of seven volumes available to Windows for file storage. An unformatted partition is not available for file storage in Windows.

The dynamic disk MBR layout looks very similar to the basic disk MBR layout, except that only one primary partition is allowed (referred to as the LDM partition), no extended partitioning is allowed, and there is a hidden partition at the end of the disk for the LDM database. For more information on the LDM, see the Dynamic Disks section.

GUID Partition Table

Systems running Windows Server2003 with SP1 and later can use a partition style known as the globally unique identifier (GUID) partition table (GPT) in addition to the MBR partition style. A basic disk using the GPT partition style can have up to 128 primary partitions, while dynamic disks will have a single LDM partition as with MBR partitioning. Because basic disks using GPT partitioning do not limit you to four partitions, you do not need to create extended partitions or logical drives.

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The GPT partition style also has the following properties:

  • Allows partitions larger than 2 terabytes.
  • Added reliability from replication and cyclic redundancy check (CRC) protection of the partition table.
  • Support for additional partition type GUIDs defined by original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), independent software vendors (ISVs), and other operating systems.

The GPT partitioning layout for a basic disk is illustrated in the following figure.

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The protective MBR area exists on a GPT partition layout for backward compatibility with disk management utilities that operate on MBR. The GPT header defines the range of logical block addresses that are usable by partition entries. The GPT header also defines its location on the disk, its GUID, and a 32-bit cyclic redundancy check (CRC32) checksum that is used to verify the integrity of the GPT header. Each GUID partition entry begins with a partition type GUID. The 16-byte partition type GUID, which is similar to a System ID in the partition table of an MBR disk, identifies the type of data that the partition contains and identifies how the partition is used, for example if it is a basic disk or a dynamic disk. Note that each GUID partition entry has a backup copy.

Dynamic disk GPT partition layouts looks similar to this basic disk example, but as stated previously have only one LDM partition entry rather than 1-n primary partitions as allowed on basic disks. There is also a hidden LDM database partition with a corresponding GUID partition entry for it. For more information on the LDM, see the Dynamic Disks section.

Detecting the Type of Disk

There is no specific function to programmatically detect the type of disk a particular file or directory is located on. There is an indirect method.

  • Pass the file or directory path to GetVolumePathName to obtain the mount point.
  • Pass the mount point to GetVolumeNameForVolumeMountPoint to obtain the volume name.
  • Remove the trailing backslash from the volume name.
  • Pass the volume name without the trailing backslash to CreateFile to open the volume.
  • Use IOCTL_VOLUME_GET_VOLUME_DISK_EXTENTS with the volume handle to obtain the disk numbers.
  • Use the disk numbers to construct the disk paths, such as "\\?\PhysicalDriveX".
  • Pass each disk path to CreateFile to open the disk.
  • Use IOCTL_DISK_GET_DRIVE_LAYOUT_EX to obtain the partition list.
  • Check the PartitionType for each entry in the partition list.

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FAQs

What is better dynamic disk or basic? ›

There are various links explaining about basic disk and dynamic disk. If I am right, volume created at the time of Windows installation is basic disk and volume created after Windows installation is dynamic disk. Because of disk health, faster response and data safety; one of techies recommend for basic disk.

How do you solve there is not enough space on the disk? ›

If your system doesn't have Storage Sense, you can use the Disk Cleanup tool to delete temporary files and system files from your device.
  1. In the search box on the taskbar, type disk cleanup, then select it from the results.
  2. Select the drive you want to clean up files for, then select OK.

What is the difference between basic disk and dynamic disk? ›

A basic disk using the GPT partition style can have up to 128 primary partitions, while dynamic disks will have a single LDM partition as with MBR partitioning. Because basic disks using GPT partitioning do not limit you to four partitions, you do not need to create extended partitions or logical drives.

How do I fix a dynamic hard drive to basic? ›

In Disk Management, select and hold (or right-click) each volume on the dynamic disk you want to convert to a basic disk, and then click Delete Volume. When all volumes on the disk have been deleted, right-click the disk, and then click Convert to Basic Disk.

Which storage drive is best? ›

Solid state drives are the most power efficient. Solid state hybrid drives come in at a close second for power efficiency, since they frequently spin down more often than hard drives. In general, storage will not impact battery life in a laptop computer by more than about 10%.

Which disk format is best? ›

NTFS supports metadata, advanced data structures, reliability, disk space utilization. And more additional functions like encrypting file system, hard links, sparse files, and reparse points. If you only use a Windows computer, it is recommended to use NTFS format. In general, a Mac computer can only read NTFS.

Why does it say I don't have enough storage even though I do? ›

If you have many apps on your Android device and use them simultaneously, cache memory on your phone can be blocked, which leads to Android insufficient storage. In this case, you can choose to uninstall some unwanted or unused apps to free up storage space.

Why does my computer say there is not enough disk space when there is? ›

Why does my computer say there is not enough disk space when there is? There could be some hidden or virtual memory files taking up space, and you need to delete the files on the virtual partition. It is also possible that you have a disk format limitation.

How do I free up disk space manually? ›

One of the easiest ways to clean up files you no longer need is by using Disk Cleanup. Open Disk Cleanup by clicking the Start button . In the search box, type Disk Cleanup, and then, in the list of results, select Disk Cleanup. If prompted, select the drive that you want to clean up, and then select OK.

What will happen if I convert to dynamic disk? ›

If you convert the disk(s) to dynamic, you will not be able to start installed operation systems from any volume on the disk(s) (except the current boot volume).

What is the disadvantage of dynamic disk? ›

The disadvantage of dynamic disks is that you must delete all volumes on a dynamic disk before you can revert the disk back to a basic disk. Another major disadvantage of dynamic disks is the near absence of tools to fix the disk if it has corrupt sectors on it.

Does dynamic disk improve performance? ›

Converting basic disks to dynamic disks can help achieve improved performance in your Windows OS.

How can I change my hard drive from dynamic to basic without losing data? ›

How to Convert Dynamic Disk to Basic Disk Without Losing Data
  1. Install and open EaseUS Partition Master and go to Disk Converter.
  2. Select the disk disk conversion mode that suits your need:
  3. Select the target disk - Basic or Dynamic, confirm you've select the correct disk and click "Convert" to start.
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Can you boot from dynamic disk? ›

To make a boot and system partition dynamic, you include the disk that contains the basic active boot and system partition in a dynamic disk group. When you do that, the boot and system partition is automatically upgraded to a dynamic simple volume that is active - that is, the system will boot from that volume.

How do I recover a dynamic disk? ›

How to Restore Lost Data on Dynamic disk
  1. Launch EaseUS file recovery software on your Windows computer. ...
  2. The software will immediately start scanning the drive, and the deleted files will be displayed soon. ...
  3. Select files, such as Word, Excel, PDF, photos, videos, or emails and click the "Recover" button.
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Which storage drive is faster? ›

HDDs can copy 30 to 150 MB per second (MB/s), while standard SSDs perform the same action at speeds of 500 MB/s. Newer NVME SSDs can even show speeds of up to an astounding 3,000 to 3,500 MB/s. With an SSD, you can copy a 20 GB movie in less than 10 seconds, while a hard disk would take at least two minutes.

What are the 4 types of hard drives? ›

Currently, hard drives are divided into 4 major types:
  • Parallel Advanced Technology Attachment (PATA)
  • Serial Advanced Technology Attachment (SATA)
  • Small Computer System Interface (SCSI)
  • Solid State Drive (SSD)
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What are the 4 common types of storage drives? ›

Hard Disk Drive (HDD) Solid State Drive. Random Access Memory (RAM) CD, DVD and Blu-Ray Discs.

What disk format is best for Windows? ›

NTFS file format: If you want to format your primary drive (with your OS), you must use NTFS (New Technology Files System), the default and modern Windows file system. NTFS is also a good choice for external drives, because it's compatible with a wide range of devices.

Which format to use for USB drive? ›

exFAT is the ideal file system for USB flash drives. It doesn't have the 4GB file size limit and it's compatible with most Windows and Mac operating systems. Older operating systems might require an update to properly read and write to a USB drive with an exFAT file system.

What are the two types of disk formatting? ›

If you format a hard disk that has files on it, the files will be deleted. There are two types of Formatting: Physical Formatting, also known as low-level format. Logical Formatting or what is known as creating high level Formatting.

Why can't I download apps even though I have enough space? ›

Clear the Google Play Store Cache

If your Android device doesn't download or install apps even after all these steps, it might be worth clearing the Store cache. The cache is temporary storage where the Google Play Store saves all the data it uses and/or needs to function.

Why does it keep saying disk full when I have space? ›

The possible causes can be: Too many applications or files saved on the disk. There is not enough disk space. File system corruption on the hard drive.

What files can I delete to free up space? ›

Here's how to free up hard drive space on your desktop or laptop, even if you've never done it before.
  • Uninstall unnecessary apps and programs. ...
  • Clean your desktop. ...
  • Get rid of monster files. ...
  • Use the Disk Cleanup Tool. ...
  • Discard temporary files. ...
  • Deal with downloads. ...
  • Save to the cloud.
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How do I find out what programs are taking up space? ›

  1. Open the Start menu and select Settings > Apps > Apps & features. Open Apps & features settings.
  2. Search for a specific app or sort them by size to see which ones are taking up the most space.
  3. When you find an app you want to delete, select it from the list, and then select Uninstall.

How do you check what is taking up space? ›

Find out what files are taking up space on Windows 10
  1. Open Settings on Windows 10.
  2. Click on System.
  3. Click on Storage.
  4. Under the “(C:)” section, you will see what's taking up space on the main hard drive.
  5. Click the “Show more categories” option to view the storage usage from other file types.
Nov 7, 2022

Do you lose data if you convert to dynamic disk? ›

The basic disk can be directly converted to a dynamic disk using the Windows disk management tool in the supported system without data loss. However, if you must convert the dynamic disk to a basic one, you have to delete all the volumes and data on the dynamic disk with Disk Management.

Is it OK to use dynamic disk? ›

The most important thing is Dynamic disks offer greater flexibility for volume management, because a database used to track the information about dynamic volumes and other dynamic disks in the computer. Besides, dynamic disk is compatible with all Windows OS from Windows 2000 to Windows 10.

What would be an advantage of converting a basic disk to a dynamic disk? ›

Dynamic disks provide volume migration, which is the ability to move a disk or disks containing a volume or volumes from one system to another system without loss of data. Dynamic disks allow you to move portions of volumes (subdisks) between disks on a single computer system to optimize performance.

Should Windows 10 use dynamic disk? ›

All in all, if you want to flexibly use the space of disks or improve disk performance in Windows 10, it's not a bad choice to change or convert disk to dynamic. Notes: Don't convert to dynamic disk if your disk contains unknown partitions like OEM partitions, as these partitions can be nonfunctional.

How much storage does a dynamic disk require? ›

How much storage does a dynamic disk require for the disk management database? The database takes up only 1 megabyte (MB) on the disk. Besides, the location of the database is determined by the partition style (GPT or MBR) of the disk.

Can Windows 10 install on dynamic disk? ›

"Can I install Windows 10 on a dynamic disk?" When you install windows 10 on a dynamic disk with an error message will show you the answer: Windows cannot be installed to this hard disk space. The partition contains one or more dynamic volumes that are not supported for installation.

Is dynamic disk faster than basic? ›

There should be no performance difference between a Basic and Dynamic disk. Unless when you are using the spanning feature of dynamic disk that will reduce the performance of the diskset you are using as there will be some overhead.

What is the best solution to fix slow disk performance? ›

Is Your External Hard Disk Drive Slower Than Before?
  • Defragment your disk drive.
  • Run a check disk scan.
  • Look for damage to the case or the drive itself.
  • Check the cables, replace if necessary.
  • Too much disk activity.
  • Check your drive and PC for viruses and malware.
  • Disable Windows indexing for faster performance.
Sep 10, 2020

How do I optimize disk performance? ›

The following tips can help in boosting the speed of your hard drive.
  1. Scan and clean your hard disk regularly.
  2. Defragment your hard disk from time to time.
  3. Reinstall your Windows Operating System after every few months.
  4. Disable the hibernation feature.
  5. Convert your hard drives to NTFS from FAT32.

Should I use basic or dynamic disk? ›

A disk that has been initialized for dynamic storage is called a dynamic disk. It gives more flexibility than a basic disk because it does not use a partition table to keep track of all partitions. The partition can be extended with dynamic disk configuration. It uses dynamic volumes to manage data.

Does removing hard drive remove all personal data? ›

So will removing my hard drive erase everything ? Yes , If the hard drive is removed from the device it will no longer contain any of your private or sensitive information.

Does converting to basic disk lose data? ›

You can revert and convert dynamic hard drive to basic, but the conversion process erases all the data permanently from the drive, which leads to data loss. So in this post, we have explained how to convert dynamic disk to basic disk, without losing the data in Window 10/8/7.

Can I install Windows 11 on dynamic disk? ›

Yes, Windows 11 supports dynamic disk. There are two types of computer hard disk drive in Windows 11 that are basic disk and dynamic disk. Note that Windows 11 system disk can only use basic disk, while for the data disk drive, you can use it as dynamic in Windows 11.

How do I get my recovery drive back to normal? ›

Open Disk Management by pressing Win Key + X. Make sure you select the external drive, highlight it and use the menu in Disk Management. Try deleting the F partition first and extend the main partition instead of reformatting. That should work.

Can hard disk be restored? ›

Yes, files can be recovered from a failed hard drive by using a skilled data recovery service. Failed hard drives cannot be salvaged with recovery software since the operating system cannot access the device to allow the application to recover the data.

What is dynamic disk and basic disk? ›

In Basic Disk, a hard drive is divided into fixed partitions. In Dynamic Disk, a hard drive is divided into dynamic volumes. 2. Limits. A hard drive can have at max 3 or 4 partitions with one secondary extended partition.

What happens if I convert to dynamic disk? ›

If you convert the disk(s) to dynamic, you will not be able to start installed operation systems from any volume on the disk(s) (except the current boot volume).

What is the fastest disk format? ›

Which is Faster? While file transfer speed and maximum throughput is limited by the slowest link (usually the hard drive interface to the PC like SATA or a network interface like 3G WWAN), NTFS formatted hard drives have tested faster on benchmark tests than FAT32 formatted drives.

What are the advantages of a dynamic disk over a basic one? ›

Dynamic disks provide volume migration, which is the ability to move a disk or disks containing a volume or volumes from one system to another system without loss of data. Dynamic disks allow you to move portions of volumes (subdisks) between disks on a single computer system to optimize performance.

How can I make a dynamic disk basic without losing data? ›

How to Convert Dynamic Disk to Basic Disk Without Losing Data
  1. Install and open EaseUS Partition Master and go to Disk Converter.
  2. Select the disk disk conversion mode that suits your need:
  3. Select the target disk - Basic or Dynamic, confirm you've select the correct disk and click "Convert" to start.
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Should I convert basic disk to dynamic? ›

A dynamic disk gives more flexibility than a basic disk because it does not use a partition table to keep track of all partitions. Instead, it uses a hidden logical disk manager (LDM) or virtual disk service (VDS) to track information about the dynamic partitions or volumes on the disk.

Can you boot from a dynamic disk? ›

To make a boot and system partition dynamic, you include the disk that contains the basic active boot and system partition in a dynamic disk group. When you do that, the boot and system partition is automatically upgraded to a dynamic simple volume that is active - that is, the system will boot from that volume.

Is it good to have high disk usage? ›

In general, your hard drive should never be at 100% usage, so if it is, there is some reason for the condition. You need to fix the issue or risk a very slow-moving computer.

Can dynamic disk be extended? ›

Right-click My Computer, select Manage -> Storage -> Disk Management, open Windows built-in Disk Management. Step 2. Select the volume you want to resize and right-click, choose "Extend Volume" or "Shrink Volume" to resize the dynamic disk.

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