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Cara menyembunyikan partisi recovery

If you want to hide a partition on your machine, you could use following method to achieve your purpose:

1.Type “diskpart” in run command box without quotes. (A command window will get opened)

2.Then type “list volume“. (Your hard disk partitioned volumes will be listed)

3.Now type “select volume <volume number>” – (Volume number is the numeric variable which is shown in the volume listing)

4.Type “remove letter <volume letter> – (Volume letter is the alphabetic character of the drive such as C,D,E,F…Z)

Also you could hide the partition through the registry:

http://www.vistax64.com/tutorials/155795-drive-hide-unhide.html

Notice: Since the websites is not hosted by Microsoft, the link may change without notice. Microsoft does not guarantee the accuracy of this.

In this case, please provide the command or script you used. Then I could assist you to troubleshot this issue.

 

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EXAMPLE: The D drive set to Unhide and Hide in Computer
NOTE: Open the Start menu and click on the Computer button to see this.

computer_unhidden.jpgcomputer_hidden.jpg
METHOD ONE

Using the Local Group Policy Editor

NOTE: For more drive letter options, see Method Three below.

1. Open the all users, specific users or groups, or all users except administrators Local Group Policy Editor for how you want this policy applied.

2. In the left pane, click on User Configuration, Administrative Templates, Windows Components, and Windows Explorer. (See screenshot below)

group_policy.jpg

3. In the right pane, right click on Hide these specified drives in My Computer and click on Properties. (See screenshot above)

4. To Unhide All Drives

A) Select (dot) Disabled or Not Configured and click on OK. (See screenshot below step 5C)

B) Go to step 6.

5. To Hide a Drive or Combination of Drives

A) Select (dot) Enabled.

B) Click on the drop down arrow and select the drive or combination of drives option that you want to set as restricted (hidden). (See screenshot below)
NOTE: Even though the options say Restrict, it is to Hide the drive(s).

C) Click on OK.

properties.jpg

6. Close the Local Group Policy Editor window. Your done.

METHOD TWO

Using a REG File Download

NOTE: Whichever REG file you choose to use, it will overide all of the others. For more drive letter options, see the Method Three below.

1. To Hide A and B drives only

A) download

B) Go to step 8.

2. To Hide C drive only

A) download

B) Go to step 8.

3. To Hide D drive only

A) download

B) Go to step 8.

4. To Hide A, B, and C drives only

A) download

B) Go to step 8.

5. To Hide A, B, C, and D drives only

A) download

B) Go to step 8.

6. To Hide All drives

A) download

B) Go to step 8.

7. To Unhide All drives

A) download

8. Save the .reg file to your Desktop.

9. Right click on the downloaded .reg file, and click on Merge.

10. Click on Run, Continue (UAC-Vista) or Yes (UAC-Windows 7), Yes, and then OK when prompted.

11. When done, you can delete the downloaded .reg file if you like.

12. Log off and log on, or restart the computer to apply changes.

METHOD THREE

Manually in Registry Editor

1. Open the Start Menu, then type regedit in the search box and press Enter.

2. If prompted by UAC, then click on the Continue (Vista) or Yes (Windows 7)..

3. In regedit, navigate to the location below. (See screenshot below)

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\Explorer
reg1.jpg

4. To Hide a Drive or Combination of Drives

A) In the right pane of Explorer, right click on a empty area, click on New and DWORD (32-bit) Value, and type NoDrives and press Enter. (See screenshot below)

B) Right click on NoDrives, and click on Modify.

reg2.jpg
C) Type in the drive option hex or decimal number below in bold you want to set as restricted, and click on OK. (See screenshot below)

Tip   Tip
To hide multiple drive letters, add the decimal numbers together for each drive letter below that you want to hide, , select (dot) Decimal or Hex for the type of numbers you used, enter that number, and click on OK.

For Example: I’m using 8 (hex number) to Hide D drive only, or for E=16 and F=32, I would use 16+32=48 (Decimal number).

Drive Letter Decimal Hex
A 1 1
B 2 2
C 4 4
D 8 8
E 16 10
F 32 20
G 64 40
H 128 80
I 256 100
J 512 200
K 1024 400
L 2048 800
M 4096 1000
N 8192 2000
O 16384 4000
P 32768 8000
Q 65536 10000
R 131072 20000
S 262144 40000
T 524288 80000
U 1048576 100000
V 2097152 200000
W 4194304 400000
X 8388608 800000
Y 16777216 1000000
Z 33554432 2000000
All Drives 67108863 3ffffff
  • Hide A and B drives only – type 3 (hex)
  • Hide C drive only – type 4 (hex)
  • Hide D drive only – type 8 (hex)
  • Hide A, B, and C drives only – type 7 (hex)
  • Hide A, B, C, and D drives only – type f (hex)
  • Hide all drives – type 3ffffff (hex)
modify.jpg
D) The registry will now look like this. (See screenshot below)
reg3.jpg
E) Go to step 6.

5. To Unhide All drives

A) In the right pane of Explorer, right click on NoDrives and click on Delete. (See screenshot above)

B) Click on Yes to confirm delete.

6. Close regedit.

7. Log off and log on, or restart the computer to apply changes.

That’s it,
Shawn

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