10 May 2010
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Logical Drive - A part of a physical disk drive that has been partitioned and allocated as an independent unit, and functions as a separate drive altogether. For example, one physical drive can be partitioned into drives F:, G:, and H:, each representing a separate logical drive but all still part of the one physical drive. Using the logical drive hierarchy is one method of organizing large units of memory capacity into smaller units.