Introduction: Dynamic disks can be used for volume management. A volume can span across multiple dynamic disks. For example, your C drive can be partially on Disk 1 and partially on Disk 2. Also, dynamic disks support fault tolerance, such as in many RAID configurations. Requirements: Access to the Windows command line. Procedure: From your taskbar, start a search for cmd. Enter the command diskpart Enter the command list disk Example output: DISKPART> list disk Disk ### Status Size Free Dyn Gpt -------- ------------- ------- ------- --- --- Disk 0 Online 119 GB 0 B Enter the command select disk 1 but replace “1” with the desired disk number. Enter the command convert dynamic More Information: Type: help convert or help convert dynamic within diskpart for more information.