Reply 0 0 Big_Dave Provost Posts: 25,684 Member Since: 07-17-2009 Message 6 of 23 (1,674 Views) Report Inappropriate Content Re: Main C: Drive is somehow missing over 200 GB on my Since these hidden partitions are of great significance (some are related to system recovery and some affect the boot of Windows), Windows hide them to avoid mistaken operation and virus attack, To be specific, we need to create partitions on the disk. Top Usacomp2k3 Gerbil God Posts: 21496 Joined: Thu Apr 01, 2004 4:53 pm Location: Orlando, FL Contact: Contact Usacomp2k3 WLM AOL Re: SSD lost 70GB of available space overnight Quote this content
However, you still cannot extend the remaining partition with the new created unallocated space if the recovery partition appears before the C: drive. Read More... For example, there are 3 partitions and 2 unallocated spaces in my computer: But I can see 3 partitions only in Windows Explorer: To make use of unallocated space, we need
When I got home from work and woke up the computer I was warned I only had about 50 MB of free space. I've booted normally and it looks like it's recognizing the allocation of space now (i.e. Please see Extend Partition to get detailed steps. Hard Disk Space Showing Less Than Actual And I do have system restore space set to almost nil (2% of the 500GB SSD).
That restarts indexing. Missing Hard Drive Space Windows 7 Top apkellogg Gerbil Elite Topic Author Posts: 942 Joined: Wed Feb 25, 2004 10:15 am Re: SSD lost 70GB of available space overnight Quote #3 Mon Mar 02, 2015 9:17 As I have tried many times, all partitions have 'errors' when shrinking/enlarging and I cannot do anything about it... Otherwise, if you install Windows on a hard drive containing multiple partitions, Windows will save the WinRE in a folder named Recovery in the root directory of your system drive (C:
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