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02-14-2017 03:23 AM
I have two "Healthy (Recovery Partition)"s and a "Healthy (EFI System Partition)".
what are these "Healthy (Recovery Partition)"s ? because of them I'm unable to join unallocatd space to C drive.
are these "Healthy (Recovery Partition)"s are important?
Is it fesible to delete these "Healthy (Recovery Partition)"s ?
How to delete "Healthy (Recovery Partition)"s ?
02-14-2017 04:00 AM
It is not recommended to delete any of those Recovery, EFI system partitions. They are necessary for proper working of the Windows OS.
Recovery (E:) OEM partition can be removed after creating HP recovery USB using HP Recovery Manager :
Then you can use any of these or disk management itself to merge last 2 unallocated partitions and assign drive letter:
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02-14-2017 10:31 AM
I notice you have an ESD ISO file in your DVD drive, so is it your plan to install Win10, and that is why you need the additional space in "C"?
I've this is true, then let me know because I've done this numerous times and will pass along some hints.
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