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Missing partition D

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by strax, Aug 18, 2019.

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  1. strax

    strax Thread Starter

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    i tryed doing something on my own(taking free space from D and putting it in C)and i broke something at first mistake:i got D empty second: D is missing theres no D in my computer i used a lot of programs too make it D formate it and i do it and CRASH and over and over when i try other things with unlocated space(D).
    Pls help!
    Windows 10
     
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  2. Macboatmaster

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    Post the make and full model of the computer and the OS in use
     
  3. strax

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    what do you mean model sry eng not my main language
     
  4. strax

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    too picture my computer or ...
     
  5. Macboatmaster

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    Sorry but if you cannot understand what
    MAKE
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    FULL model is
    and the OS - Operating System in use

    then whilst I appreciate English is not your first language, I cannot help you, as any attempt at troubleshooting would be very difficult.
    If you can I recommend you find a computer help site that uses YOUR native language
     
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    Brand and model (for example: Dell Optiplex 5000Dxi )

    Also, changing partition information on a working system is not recommended (for the very reason that you encountered). Also, if you formatted anything, the data is gone. If you can see any free space on the drive, Windows should be able to use that space to create a new partition. If it cannot, what error are you seeing?
     
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