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The Size of the Extent Is Less than the Minimum

LordAsperheim
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So i get this message when i try to allocate my unused disk space. "The Size of the Extent Is Less than the Minimum"

It's annoying because i have 450GB i can't use, because whatever i do i get the message up. Anyone know how to fix it?

 

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1 minute ago, LordAsperheim said:

So i get this message when i try to allocate my unused disk space. "The Size of the Extent Is Less than the Minimum"

It's annoying because i have 450GB i can't use, because whatever i do i get the message up. Anyone know how to fix it?

You have configured disk 0 as a dynamic disk, which is the most likely reason for this error. Format the drive and configure it as a standard disk.

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You may have some luck with GParted on a live Ubuntu drive. It has never ever failed me to this date.

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