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How to Mount Multiple Partitions on Removable Device in Windows 10

Updated on Dec 07, 2018 by Brithny to Partition Master

Summary:
Removable device like USB drive and removable HDD can work more efficiently with multiple partitions on it. You can free to partition removable device in Windows 10 with EaseUS partition software.

I have a new USB drive which I plan to use to store my favorites, especially music and movies. I'm now using Windows 10 laptop. Can I partition USB drive in Windows 10? I haven't found the Disk Management yet, and I feel hesitated to do removable device partition in Windows 10 since I find that there are still some bugs in the new OS and I don't want to lose anything on my new USB drive which has already stored several movies I copied from a friend.

Overview of Windows 10 Built-in Disk Management

To create one or more partitions on a removable device with Disk Management, first, there must be either unallocated disk space or some free space within an extended disk partition on the device.

If there is no such unallocated space left, users are suggested to try the following methods.

  • 1. Shrink an existed partition.
  • 2. Delete one partition.
  • 3. Use a third-party partition software.
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Mount Multiple Partitions on Removable Device in Windows 10

EaseUS free partition manager is a good Windows 10 Disk Management alternative. In fact, it outweighs the built-in tool in some features. Once a Windows 10 computer installed EaseUS partition program, just plug in the removable device and launch the program, you can start to control partitions on the device right away.

Steps to create partitions with EaseUS Partition Master Free

Notice:
If you want to create a partition on an empty USB, SD card or external hard drive, connect it to your PC in advance.
 

Step 1: Launch EaseUS Partition Master

On the main window, right-click on the unallocated space on your hard drive or external storage device and select "Create".

Create partition on unallocated space

Step 2: Adjust the new partition size, file system, label, etc.

Set the size, partition label, drive letter, file system, etc. for the new partition and click "OK" to continue.

Set up new partition

Step 3: Confirm to create a new partition

Click on the "Execute Operation" button and confirm to create a new partition by clicking "Apply".

Confirm and keep all changes
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