Windows 10: Consolidating Scattered Partition Chunks?
Consolidating Scattered Partition Chunks?
The hard drive of my notebook PC looks like this in Disk Manager:
As you can see, the partition named My Files is split into three "chunks" (what are they actually called?).
Is there a way of consolidating these scattered partition chunks?
Just a guess but the result you see is because the drive is set up as Dynamic instead of the default Basic. A Basic drive doesn't usually allow duplicate-lettered partitions.
Basic and Dynamic Disks (Windows)
They aren't duplicate lettered partitions, they are parts of the same partition.
Mm, where's your Win 10 Recovery partition?
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