Windows 10: Macrium Clone behaviour
Macrium Clone behaviour
Running Macrium/reflect trying to clone (not image) the C: drive. The c: drive has a system reserved partition (no drive letter assigned) with a normal C: partition. When a clone is attempted, Macrium assigns a drive letter to the system reserved partition? Not sure why. Anybody?? Tx
P.s. (Top photo is original C:, middle was after with sr assigned a drive letter and bottom after I "fixed" it)
A known problem just remove the drive letter and grow c into the empty space
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