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Posted · Original PosterOP

So i added a new drive to my computer (E:) I booted up my pc and my 512gb NVMe drive is now a system reserved partition. How do i fix it and get my data back like it was before i added the new disk.

(C:) 250gb sata

(D:) 512gb NVMe (before it got changed to system reserved)

(E:) 250gb sata (New added disk)

(G:) 512gb external ssd


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Go into disk management, change the drive letters.   remove  the letter from the "system reserved" if you want to hide that partition.




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when it happened? When you added new drive, or when you added new letter to the drive?

You can probably get all the data from drive, using Ubuntu live CD, but you probably want to do it, without moving the data from the SSD.


Try minitool partition wizard, or aomei, and in those, partition recovery.


The best course of action would be to backup the files if you have space to do it.

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