02-23-2019 05:08 AM
I used partition wizard to migrate my OS from disk C: over to the SSD drive through USB - SATA III cable (i have no idea which is its main disk, but disk management got me to name it "A:".
My HDD had about 200GB storage for C: and D:.
When i replaced the HDD and boot up the laptop this is what i see. It's thisSSD, 250GB but i'm not seeing any 250GB here.
Trying to access F: gives me this error:
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02-26-2019 01:50 PM
A and F are likely to be recovery/boot partitions. They wouldn't normally have drive letters.
The bulk of your 250GB looks to be split between C: and D:
You don't appear to be using D? So you could use partition wizard to delete D and resize C to fill up the newly cleared free space if you're looking for C: to be a single 250GB drive?
02-27-2019 09:21 AM
@laggycomputer what @targetbsp sounds about right. I would try deleting the D partition in disk management, then see if you can extend your C drive to take up that free space.
We also have an article that talks about problems like this, which might be helpful.