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31 Aug 2011  

Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 64-Bit

Yes, it does.

What you should have done after the technician installed Windows was shrink the C drive, and then create a new primary partition (s) in the resultant unallocated space.

Just right-click each logical partition in turn and choose delete.

Once you've done that, highlight the unallocated space, then right-click again and follow the wizard's instructions to create a new primary (basic) partition. It'll also offer you the chance to format the new partition. Just choose the Quick Format option or you'll have to wait some time before a full format is completed. You'll also be able allocate a drive letter of your choosing.

Whatever you do, don't highlight your C drive because if you mess with that one you'll have no operating system to boot into.
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