Windows 10: Extra Partition
You should confirm which is your active Recovery Partition by executing "reagentc /info" from an elevated command prompt (admin). The partition it names as your WinRE partition is the keeper. You can delete or ignore the other.
Note - "keeper" is the term I use to identify the active WinRE partition that I assume you do want to keep. If you delete that one, you won't have access to Windows Recovery Environment tools.
I certainly would have a full disk image on external media captured before doing any partition modifications.
He said it clearly in post #2 the partition for OP (Over Provisioning). And he used Samsung Magician to set up that feature.
Ah, i missed that , but i still don't see where Samsung Magician is mentioned.
Since I received the latest update over last weekend, a new small (un-named) partition has appeared at the end of my 'C' Drive - see attached screenshot. Previously there was only a single partition containing all files.
Can anyone explain what...
In ADMIN TOOLS|COMPUTER MGMT|DISK MGMT the following are listed...
C: 952 GB
"healthy recovery partition" 450 MB (the box is shaded)
"healthy recovery partition" 449 MB
D: 909 GB
How can I get rid of the recovery partitions (or at...
can someone please advise how I can get rid of this37243
I want to add extra storage to my Surface Pro 3. I have 128gb on my HDD and would like to add at least another 64gb.
Would I be better with an SD card or Flash Drive?