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Does this applies to GPT/SSD only? Because I do not have populate button.
Just wondering, because if I should have it, then it probably can be disabled.
Originally Posted by Dude
Your shot shows it already populated, but I would think the populate button would show as greyed out. I did some google-fu but can not find an answer.
TairikuOkami, did you populate the volumes or were they somehow pre-populated?
Dude, the populate button is indeed inactive (grayed out) after you populate the volumes. TairikuOkami's example doesn't show the button at all. Methinks there is a way, to help DJ, I just don't know what it is.
If the button does not show for SSDs, the there is most likely a registry properties flag.
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