How to Import a Foreign Disk

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Remove a disk by using Disk Management import a foreign dish by using Dish Management Remove a disk by using Disk Part Import 9 foreign dish by using DishPart

Introduction If you must move a disk from one server to another, use the following steps to remove and reconfigure the disk.

Procedure for removing To remove a disk by using Disk Management: a disk by using Disk

Management l. In Computer Management, open Disk Management.

2. For a dynamic disk, right-click the disk that you want to move, and then click Remove Disk. Skip this step for basic disks.

3. If the disk is external, unplug it from the computer. If the disk is internal, turn off the computer, and then physically remove the disk.

Procedure for removing To remove a disk by using DiskPart: a disk by using DiskPart

1. Open Command Prompt, and then type diskpart

2. At the DISKPART prompt, type remove [{letter=JD|mount=.Pa^|all}] [dismount] [noerr]

3. If the disk is external, unplug it from the computer.

If the disk is internal, turn off the computer, and then physically remove the disk.

Procedure for importing To import a foreign disk by using Disk Management: a foreign disk

1. If the disk is external, plug it into the computer. If the disk is internal, make sure the computer is turned off, and then physically install the disk in that computer.

2. In Computer Management, open Disk Management.

3. Start the computer that contains the disk that you moved.

4. Follow the instructions in the Found New Hardware dialog box.

If the Found New Hardware dialog box does not appear, in Control Panel, double-click Add Hardware to start the Add Hardware Wizard.

5. Use Disk Management to detect the new disk.

To import a foreign disk by using DiskPart:

1. Open Command Prompt, and then type diskpart

2. At the DISKPART prompt, type list disk

Make a note of the disk number of the disk that you want to import.

3. At the DISKPART prompt, type select disk n (where n is the disk number of the disk you are moving).

4. At the DISKPART prompt, type import [noerr]

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