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 Post Posted: Mon Nov 30, 2020 10:56 pm 
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I was wondering if I can shrink one volume with 541MB Healthy with the drive I on the same M.2 500 GB Drive for C: Windows. Look below:

On the same drive with Windows C:\ there are five different partitions below:

260 MB Healthy (EFI System Partition)
(WINDOWS C:) 236.71 GB NTFS Healthy (Boot, Page File, Crash Dump, Basic Data Partition)
(I:) 541 MB Healthy (Recovery Partition)
Windows RE tools 980 MB Healthy (Recovery Partition)
New Volume (A:) 227.29 GB NTFS Healthy (Basic Data Partition)

Now you see all the partitions on one M.2 SSD Drive for Windows and wondering if I can shrink one partition with (I:) 541 MB Healthy (Recovery Partition) Because of asking is that I have two Recovery Partitions in that drive. I am not sure what happen with I: partition was created last week. Must have a reason for this partition.

Let me know if I can shrink one partition into A: or C: to make a single volume.

Thank you,

John

My Windows Version number is 20H2 of Windows 10 64-bit version operating system


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 Post Posted: Mon Nov 30, 2020 11:30 pm 
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I think that I'd advise that you leave them alone.

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Thank you for your reply and I think that would be best to leave them alone.

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Yep, those are system partitions, best to not touch them.


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