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Windows 10 Instalation on a new laptop

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Hi,

 

I bought a Probook 450 G4 with 1 TB hard drive + 128 GB SSD drive. My point is to instal the OS on the SSD.

So I start the instalation and the sysyem show me - Pic 1. I choose the marked one

After the instalation complete I see my devices shoun on Pic 2. Is it properly or I miss something. Should i make a new installation 

 

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The pictures, particularly the second one, are a bit fuzzy but it looks like you have a C:\ drive which is the SSD with 114 gigs total, then a larger storage drive and an HPDocs partition which would be correct.  


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I add a new picture hope is better now. Is it correct to have all this partitions? Should I do a new instalation or hide some of the partitions?

 

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Perfect. You have the C: drive which is the OS, you have D which is a system partition, you have the storage drive as E: and then you have the UEFI diagnostic partition F:

 

Don't mess with it or hide any of these partitions or the system will not boot. 


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Thank you I really appreciate your help

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