The EISA configuration is utility software offered by a system manufacturer, in the form of a hidden partition.
Included tasks in this system may be encryption, compression, creation, repairing, formatting, cloning and many others.
The eisa configuration stands for Extended Industry Standard Architecture. It is a standard bus from IBM developed in 1988 which is compatible for all computers.
Now...I've never seen an EISA partitition that was nearly as large as your New Volume. Your other EISA partition seems more typical.
Something has gone wrong...but I can't tell you what or how to overcome it.
Let's see what others may think.
<<I was trying to reinstall my original operating system on my master drive and I believe that I erroneously created a Master Boot Record on my Slave Drive.>>
It would help...if you would tell us, step by step, exactly what you did...and when...and why.
Your original O/S was XP? What O/S was installed when you began your efforts?
Edited by hamluis, 31 December 2011 - 06:42 PM.