Windows 10: Explorer suddenly not showing free space for one partition.

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    W10 pro x64 and W8.1 x86
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       13 Dec 2015 #11

    Edwin said: View Post
    @ Mooly:
    So..., where are you at right now with this mess?
    Right now I have this :)

    All reinstalled from scratch and all fully configured. The only setting up left is IE and Edge favourites etc.
    Disk images made using bootable media have been stored on an external drive.

    I'm wondering whether to try Windows backup again, because bizarrely that is what seemed to break things or whether to try again with Acronis. Whatever might go wrong at this point, I should hopefully be able to undo with the external image.
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