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Windows 7: can't turn second unallocated partition into a simple volume

20 Aug 2014   #21

Windows 7 home premium 64bit

thanks very much, it worked. didn't need to do a CD with MiniTool Partition Wizard Home edition v8.1.1

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20 Aug 2014   #22
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Good to know.
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 can't turn second unallocated partition into a simple volume

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