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    How can I create storage spaces in Windows 8?

    I have a desktop PC with Windows 8 installed.I would like to create storage spaces. I have two disk drives with me. Is it possible to create a storage space with the two of them? How can I create a storage space?



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    Re: How can I create storage spaces in Windows 8?

    After backing up the data in the two drives, connect them to the computer. Now search ‘Storage Spaces’ and click on Settings. Click Storage Spaces in the search results. Click ‘Create a new pool and storage space’. Select your drives that are connected to the PC in the next window. Click the ‘Create storage space’ button. Provide drive name and drive letter. Now select Resiliency types. Enter the maximum size and click on ‘Create storage space’ button.

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    Re: How can I create storage spaces in Windows 8?

    It is very easy in Windows 8. Just go through the following steps, your problem will be solved

    Step:-1 First of all connect your device to your PC
    Step:-2 After that go to the setting and click on storage space
    Step:-3 Now select the drive that you connected
    Step:-4 You will see a button named as create a storage space
    Step:-5 They will ask for Drive name and letter
    Step:-6 Enter all that and make a click on create storage space
    you done all steps and now you can disconnect your device.

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