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31 Aug 2011  
NeptuneTech

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by seavixen32 View Post
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Your best bet is leave the C:\ drive as it is and delete the three logical partitions, then create a new primary partition or partitions on the resultant unallocated space.
First off all i'd like to thank you heartily for warm welcome in this forum...secondly, thank you for the quick reply..
does disk management feature in windows 7 allow a primary partition to be created?i mean i didn't format my laptop when i had first installed windows seven fresh on my computer, a technician did. So i am a bit nervous about this problem on my laptop..so help me once more please
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