Toshiba External Hard Drive triggers NTI EZ on intial boot.

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    PolarNettles said:
    Yes, that likely has the UEFI code for the NTI backup software. If you're sure you don't need it you can delete the partition. I believe you should be able to restore it later with the tool at NTI - Backup Software, Migration Software, Cloning Software, Sync Software, CD DVD Burning Software - Official Site .
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    Unable to delete the partition; all options in disk management for the partition are greyed out, apart from "Help".
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    Matthewzelah said:
    Unable to delete the partition; all options in disk management for the partition are greyed out, apart from "Help".
    Yes, Disk Management protects what it regards as system partitions. You can delete it from a Command Prompt (Admin) with DISKPART. Option Two in this tutorial.

    https://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/96684-delete-volume-partition-windows-10-a.html#option2
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