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  1.    17 Aug 2017 #11
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  2.    17 Aug 2017 #12
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    That`s fine, now leave it alone and start storing your data and images of Disk 2 on Disk 1

    I would be more worried about what is taking up 131 GB on your ssd. If it`s data then you can start moving it to D.

    Have you had this PC long ?

    I would not delete any partitions on Disk 2, you may need that recovery partition someday. But one day when you know what you`re doing, then and only then, should you start messing around with your M.2, for now, leave it alone.

    I hate how M.2 drives don't show up as Disk 0
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