Hi dear.

We have a customized image from one of our customers. This imagem has three partitions. First and third ones have fixed sizes. That in the middle contains all left space. So I need a pre-installation script to create these partitions following that rules and format them before installing the image.


Can you help me? I tried some diskpart scripts based on information posted here, but no success.


Thank you,


Patrick Habran

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select disk 0
create partition primary size=100
assign letter="C"
create partition primary size=1000
assign letter="E"
create partition primary
assign letter="D"


active needs to be put on the partition that has the boot stuff.

Obviously, the sizes and drive letters need to match your original image.

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Answered 10/04/2012 by: cserrins
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  • Hi Corey,
    What if you want to do this with a secondary hard drive?

    Select disk 1? I only ask because I'm having trouble having my "get-set computer name" scripts to work on a PC with 2 hard drives. I thought I had this figured out when I called support some months ago, but it appears it doesn't work on a new workstation out of the box.

  • When you did this did you get a boot error? Did you have to apply a BDC fix for 3 partitions?
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