With The Maturity Of Disk Technology, Hard Disk Whose Capacity Is More Than 2TB Has Been Widely Used

How to convert MBR disk to GPT disk with professional partition magic server?

With the maturity of disk technology, hard disk whose capacity is more than 2TB has been widely used. Under this situation, MBR is no longer suitable for managing disk of Windows server. Therefore, more and more server users hope to convert MBR disk to GPT disk. But disappointingly, it is not easy to complete this work. Here, we take Windows Server 2012 for example. Though Server 2012 built-in disk management tool can help convert MBR disk to GPT disk and convert GPT disk to MBR disk, it has a big defect. Specifically speaking, it works only when there is no partition on hard disk. Most of the time, server computer stores a great number of important data, so this function can not meet actual demands. Facing this problem, many users would feel troublesome. Actually, there is a way which can help complete disk conversion very easily and securely, namely using professional partition magic server.

 

Before converting MBR disk to GPT disk, we need to visit the professional downloading websitehttp://www.partitionmagicserver.com to download a professional partition magic server. After installing it to computer and running it successfully, we can see its main interface. In the main interface, if we want to convert MBR disk to GPT disk, we should select the disk which needs converting and choose the function “Convert MBR Disk to GPT Disk”. Then, the following interface will appear:

This interface shows MBR disk has become GPT disk. If we want to get the same effect on server, we should click “Apply” button to apply conversion. After application, we are successful to convert MBR disk to GPT disk.

Are you troubled by converting MBR disk to GPT disk? Professional partition magic server will be the best tool for converting disk.

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