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Help with Separate partition on the same drive

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Try this.

I have never used it myself but apparently it works

 

It's a tool by seagate.

When setting up my newly built computer, I found that my secondary hard drive, which is a seagate barracuda 3tb, has 2 separate partitions. I created a new simple volume with the first which is 2tb, but the second won't let me do anything with it. Its still unallocated. Does someone know how to fix this?

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MBR or GPT?

MBR can only use up to 2TB.

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MBR or GPT?

MBR can only use up to 2TB.

I have no idea. How can I find that out?

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I have no idea. How can I find that out?

 

How many partitions does your primary drive have? If less than 4, it's MBR.

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How many partitions does your primary drive have? If less than 4, it's MBR.

Its 2. So MBR. 

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Try this.

I have never used it myself but apparently it works

 

It's a tool by seagate.

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Try this.

I have never used it myself but apparently it works

 

It's a tool by seagate.

In the video, thats exactly how the drive looks on my pc. I'll try it.

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