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If I partition a Hdd as Drive C and D say 50:50%, does this means that track (1 to N) to Drive C and track (N+1) to end of track to Drive D or 50% zone space to Drive C and balance zone space to Drive D ?

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It is 0 to 15000 and 15001 to 30000, for example.
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