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Windows 7: How do I move the System Reserved Partition (drive E:) to a new drive?

11 Jan 2016   #11
AddRAM

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by ednowak View Post
Thanks again for your response. Should a drive letter (like E: ) be assigned to the System Reserved Partition, or doesn't it really matter?
No, a system reserve partition should never be lettered, that way nothing can be accidentally written to it.


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11 Jan 2016   #12
ednowak

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Thank you, AddRAM and Layback Bear, for helping me better understand how Windows partitions work. I'm confident I can get things squared away the way I want. I'll report back after I finish the Windows 10 Upgrade within the next week or so. I'll leave the thread open until then.
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