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post #11 of 17
They don't look combined to me. Looks like two completely separate partitions, AND you also converted the disk to dynamic. Might need to start over now, you can't go back to Basic once you convert a disk to Dynamic.

Greg
post #12 of 17
You didn't do it right at all.

Just backup the data on that drive and delete both partitions and them make a new one.
post #13 of 17
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Sean Webster View Post

You didn't do it right at all.

Just backup the data on that drive and delete both partitions and them make a new one.

the drive with the os?!!

omg i cant do it man i just cant
im gonna have to sacrifice 100mb ...fFFFFFFFFFFFFff

well it aint a whole lot but still

FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFfff mad.gif


doh.gif
post #14 of 17
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Originally Posted by DrClaw View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by Sean Webster View Post

You didn't do it right at all.

Just backup the data on that drive and delete both partitions and them make a new one.

the drive with the os?!!

omg i cant do it man i just cant
im gonna have to sacrifice 100mb ...fFFFFFFFFFFFFff

well it aint a whole lot but still

FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFfff mad.gif


doh.gif
what are you talking about?

Just make sure you have the data on G is backed and delete both partitions and recreate a new one.

Have you even looked at the program i linked eariler? EaseUs partition master? Because it could easily expand that G partition into the unallocated space that you formatted for some reason.

Do you want to schedule a time with me so i can fix it for you?
post #15 of 17
Thread Starter 
look its all good dont worry about it

i have too much going on right now and im way too busy
i wish i could fix this
its only 100mb

i appreciate everybodys help
its cool though

cheers
post #16 of 17
Thread Starter 
was just wondering
after all the ssd optimization guide i noticed something, not sure if it was even the guide now

i dont have the run bar in my startup folder
where you can type it out in the bar

i do have the command run but i have to click it to access it

is there a way to change this, its been driving me nuts lately, i tried going to disk management and it doesnt display the finding results as you type
its a different type of run now ffffffffffffffdf

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