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*SOLVED* Problem deleting a partiotion....

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Go to solution Solved by barondeau,

Try using booting onto a flash drive with gparted on it

Download and install rufus, download a gparted iso

then insert a flash drive with stuff you dont really care about, then launch rufus and format the iso onto the flash drive shouod take a few minutes then boot from the drive and try again

Hi, 

 

I am trying to delete a part on one of my HDD as i am going to set it up in raid5, but for some reason i cant delete it... have tried CMD Diskpart "Virtual Disk Service error:" 

 

(pic of  Disk Manager & Virtual Memmory)

http://prntscr.com/l8ngfa

 

(WINDOWS 10 is installed on another disk "SSD 500Gb)

 

I have tried the following:

CMD Diskpart

easeUS (https://www.easeus.com/partition-master/remove-partition-windows-10-free.html)
https://superuser.com/questions/237813/how-can-i-move-the-page-file-to-another-physical-disk-location as i found in this articl: https://superuser.com/questions/946258/windows-disk-management-not-allow-delete-volume-and-extend-volume

 

 

if there is someone out there that know a soloutin for this i would love the help!

 

Disk that has the problem:

 

http://prntscr.com/l8nl6c

 

 

Sorry in advanced for my english.

 

Greetings Broccoli

 

 

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Try using booting onto a flash drive with gparted on it

Download and install rufus, download a gparted iso

then insert a flash drive with stuff you dont really care about, then launch rufus and format the iso onto the flash drive shouod take a few minutes then boot from the drive and try again

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I use a windows install tool to delete I unwanted partitions.

However, if it's a partition that windows needs to run, such as if you installed Windows while that hard drive was connected, you might accidentally delete a critical partition.

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