How can a hard drive that is using an MBR be partitioned in order to support additional logical drives?

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How can a hard drive that is using an MBR be partitioned in order to support additional logical drives?

  • Expand the size of the active partition into unallocated space available on the drive.
  • Make one primary partition an extended partition to contain the logical drives.
  • Create multiple logical partitions within the active partition.
  • Create a large dynamic volume that spans more than one disk.

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