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saf56
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I found a solution for this issue on the Microsoft Help Forum;

 

https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_10-files/windows-10-update-produces-low-di...

 

 

I applied this fix and it seems to have worked!

 

 

******This is one of the known issues with the update as Recovery partition should be hidden and is accidentally assigned a drive letter.


Right-click Start>Command Prompt(admin)
Type in the following:
diskpart
list volume
select volume 3
Replace 3 with the number of the volume which is assigned a drive letter. (In hundreds of MBs)
remove letter="E"

 

Don't worry, removing a drive letter would not cause any harm to your device.**********

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TheOldMan
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@saf56  Good Find!!  That is good news for anyone having this issue.  I just have not run across that yet on any of my computers.  Thank You


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mdklassen
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@saf56@  wrote:

When I right-mouse click on the 'E:' partition a drop-down appears that only says HELP on it. 


>> I am unsure how to use Disk Management to remove the association per your advice.

 

I do not understand why your right-mouse "click" does not reveal more options, in addition to "help".

 

Right-mouse click on the 'E:' partition.

Choose "Change drive letter and paths".

Click to select the 'E:' partition.

Click "Remove" (the association).

 

Alternately, one can use the 'diskpart.exe' command-line interface to do exactly the same -- much more complicated than using the GUI (Graphic User Interface).


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