Usually, to convert a dynamic disk to basic disk with Windows Disk Management utility or Command Prompt, you have to delete all dynamic volumes and data on the dynamic disk. If you want to convert dynamic disk to basic without data loss, MiniTool Partition Wizard can make it.
When Need to Convert Dynamic Disk to Basic Disk Without Data Loss?
- Repair/Fix dynamic disk invalid without data loss.
- Convert Simple Volumes to Primary Partitions.
- Hard Disk Will Become Dynamic, convert back to basic without losing data.
- Recover Files/Partition From Dynamic Disk In Windows.
- Fix: Windows cannot be installed to dynamic disk.
- Fix: Find it difficult to manage dynamic disk.
How to Convert Dynamic Disk to Basic Disk in Windows 7/8/10?
Step 1: Install and launch this dynamic disk converter. It is easy for you to find the dynamic disk you want to convert.
Step 2: Select the dynamic disk you need to convert, and then choose Convert Dynamic Disk to Basic from the action panel.
Step 3: Immediately you can see what this dynamic disk will become. But this is just a preview. Finally, click Apply to start the conversion.
Features of MiniTool Partition Wizard 12
Computers will not boot when the MBR is broken, Fix MBR on Windows 10/8/7 Without Installation CD, DVD or USB Disk.
Recover Lost Partition
Recover lost partitions due to wrong deletion, wrong diskpart clean, virus infection, system upgrade and more.
Repair/Fix RAW Drive
Once your disk becomes RAW, you are not allowed to access the target partition. Repair/Fix RAW Drive Without Data Loss for Windows 10/8/7/External Hard Drive.
Convert Dynamic Disk to Basic
Convert dynamic disk to basic disk to support full Windows OS, and to install Windows on other partitions.
Convert File System
Convert NTFS to FAT or convert FAT to NTFS without formatting to support early Windows OS or to store large files.
Bootable Media Builder
Enable to create bootable CD/DVD, bootable USB flash drive, or build an .iso image of a bootable disc.
Supported operating systems
- Windows 10
- Windows Vista
- Windows 8
- Windows XP
- Windows 7
Supported file systems
Supported Storage Devices
- Support UEFI/EFI boot.
- Support MBR disk and GPT disk.
- All storage devices recognized by Windows, such as RAID, etc.
- Traditional hard disk drives, solid-state drives (SSD), SSHD, etc.
- External hard drives, USB drives, SD cards, and other removable media.