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       #11

    Hallo;@ Matthew Wai,

    No, I habe 500 GB SSD. How it becomes 5 Partitions I dont know? There ware onlz 2 Partion each about 250 GB. But as I formated a external disk it was not possibile to dismount it. I shut down the computer and then there were 3 Partitions. Und sunndenly I have more than 500 GB and in Diskgenius one Disk ist nearly full iwth 500 GB.

    How I can come to 2 Drives each of them about 250 GB? How it is possible that now I have 5 Partitions?

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    Hallo@ Matthew Wai,

    I don-t know why the output of Diskgenius is in German language. Output of Diskapart was in english.
    But in this output zou can see that there is one Line with recovrey (0, 453 GB) with attribute "h" and one more ppartion ist with "h". Why? How I can become my original system with two partitions? When I calculate alle the spaces I come to more than 500 GB. How it is possible?

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    I also cannot find snipping tool and my searching field is also not there_
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       #12

    Hello @Thundersax,

    Have you got ANY Unallocated space on the Disk?
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    win10 Home 64 Bit 19042 Multiprocessor , x64-basierter Prozessor
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       #13

    Yes, you can see in the attachments Diskpartinfo and Diskgenius. But it shows more space as HD can have?

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    Hallo Paul Black,
    should I send once again Datamangement Image. I donīt know why there are now so many partitions. I want my orignal System . At present there is another win10 and that is nor the original one.
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       #14

    Thundersax said:
    No, I habe 500 GB SSD.
    Your SSD is SAMSUNG MZ7TY256HDHP-000L7, whose capacity is 238.5 GB according to the following page:
    https://www.harddrivebenchmark.net/hdd.php?hdd=SAMSUNG%20MZ7TY256HDHP-000L7&id=12602

    Also, DiskPart never lies. DiskPart says it is 238 GB, and DiskGenius says it is 238.5 GB.

    Thundersax said:
    How it is possible that now I have 5 Partitions?
    Windows Setup created the partitions during the installation process.
    Code:
      Partition ###  Type              Size     Offset
      -------------  ----------------  -------  -------
      Partition 1    Recovery           450 MB  1024 KB
      Partition 2    System              99 MB   451 MB
      Partition 3    Reserved            16 MB   550 MB
      Partition 4    Primary            237 GB   566 MB
      Partition 5    Recovery           604 MB   237 GB
    I think one of the two "Recovery" partitions can be deleted. You cannot delete "System", "Reserved", and "Primary" unless you want reinstallation.

    Thundersax said:
    Hallo@ Matthew Wai
    There should be no space between the symbol @ and the letter M.
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       #15

    Hallo @Matthew Wai,
    please explain me: How it is possbile that there are following Partions:
    P1 450 GB, P5 604 GB; I have only one ssd with 228,5 GB.
    How I can delete P1 und P5?
    Are there two operating systems? Why are there P1 und P5 ? Is there the old Operating system? Who has bulit Recovrey Partitions P1 und P5? There is not so much space on SSD? Where is this space?
    Perhaps are the fool questions , but it will be good for me to get a explanation.

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    Hallo @Matthew Wai,
    perhaps I have overwritten the old system today via setup? Can I fetch the old system and delete the new one?
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    Windows 10 Home 20H2
       #16

    Thundersax said:
    P1 450 GB, P5 604 GB; I have only one ssd with 228,5 GB.
    Partition 1 is 450 MB. Partition 5 is 604 MB. The unit is MB, not GB. 1024 MB = 1 GB.

    Thundersax said:
    perhaps I have overwritten the old system today via setup? Can I fetch the old system and delete the new one?
    I don't know what you have done today. You can delete all the partitions and clean install Windows from scratch if you are interested.
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       #17

    Hallo @Matthew Wai,
    thank you. Today I have done one setup with the old RufusUSB-Stick. There were a system which was deleiverd with the laptop. Can I fetch this old system?

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    Hallo @Matthew Wai,
    thank you. Today I have done one setup with the old RufusUSB-Stick. There were a system which was deleiverd with the laptop. Can I fetch this old system? Can I just rename the "window" to "windowsold1"" and "windows old" to "window"?
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    Windows 10 Home 20H2
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    Hello @Matthew Wai,
    Thank you for pointing out MB and GB. I still have a few questions. more for Beginners.
    1. Can the total of all space for all partitions exceed the GB of HD?
    2. After I was able to reset the old system with your help, 2 Patitions suddenly not there? Were these Recovrey partitions created by the system in case I want to go back to old operating system ?
    3. How can I create a partition (approx. 50 GB) so that I can assign it to another letter e.g. D:? Then I can use it to for my private datas.
    4. Wouldn't it make sense if I made a system backup to an external HD now, after all the things are OK?
    5. Can I also have a boot file on this external HD?
    6. Where is the MBR located? Is this area particularly protected?
    7. Can I also assign partitions 1 and 2 letters D: and E: and is this only be possible with extended partitions? Can I have more than one extended partition?
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  10. Posts : 7,623
    Windows 10 Home 20H2
       #20

    Have you restored the laptop to the previous version of Windows, i.e. the version that went with the laptop?
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