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31 Aug 2011  
NeptuneTech

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by seavixen32 View Post
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.

for a trial, i deleted only a drive e: not all of the logical volume...still it showed free space label...and strange thing is that when i right clicked it, it formatted and enabled itself to a new simple volume without any problem...while still the other free space is unavailable to be formatted and generates the same error...

Now, do i need to format the whole logical volume that has 3 partitions in it?? (please refer previous image)
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