Hello Brink, and thanks for your answer.
1) I know that converting the "Recovery" partition I will no longer be able to use it to restore Windows 7 back to factory defaults with it and this also will cause me to lose the F11 function at boot to enter factory recovery.
So I would like to know if I can resolve this problem with procedure of point 1b of my post ("even losing the functionality of the F11 key, often you can recover it only by marking the partition as "active" from "disk management": Start> Control Panel> Administrative Tools> Computer Management> Disk Management>. It's right?"),
because someone in the italian forums says it's possible. Do you agree? Do you confirm this possibility?
2) I understand that the Partition Wizard Free Bootable CD is necessary to convert C: to logical. Now I ask you:
a) Bootable CD is necessary also if I want to convert Recovery (and not C
to logical? Or it's possible to use version installed on PC?
b) Someone has converted C: with the version installed on pc and then everything seems fine, it seems there aren't problems on pc. How it's possible if you reccomend to use bootable CD? There may be problems not yet visible?
I'm sorry if my questions seems unclear or insistent, but having problems with the language I need you answer me point by point.
Thanks for your availability.