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Windows 7: Can I uninstall Lenovo*recovery(Q)

31 Aug 2018   #1

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Can I uninstall Lenovo*recovery(Q)

Can I uninstall Lenovo*recovery(Q)* in order to have enough space to save my long movie Project as a movie?* it can be seen as such when I click on my computer and look at the contents.*This computer is a Lenovo laptop ThinkPad.*I have 4 hours of pictures set to the timing of one second for picture for them all.*or do you think I need to make myself stick to a limit of 1/2 hour worth of pictures for each movie in order for it to have space to save them successfully?* *And will I have room to put together 5 hours worth of pictures if saved separately is small, 1/2 hour movies at first?* *

If anyone has knowledge or experience with this kind of thing please help me to know what to do in this situation. Thanks!

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31 Aug 2018   #2

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Vista x64 / 7 X64

Yes, it can be done with command line tool diskpart.

You might need to recover at some stage in the future. I suggest copying the recovery partition to an external drive of some kind before deleting it from your internal hard disk.

You could use Aomei free (standard) edition to copy the recovery partition elsewhere ( to an external hd or usb stick), then delete the partition from your internal hard disk.

Safely Copy Recovery Partition to USB before Deleting It
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29 Jan 2019   #3

Windows 7

Thanks for explaining - and sorry for being late! You can close this.
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29 Jan 2019   #4

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit sp1

Actually you need to close it & it can easily be done by clicking on the Green Solved button near the bottom of your last post.
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