1. JimWPan's Avatar
    I have a Dell 11 venue Pro (7140) tablet and I upgraded to windows 10. My tablet comes with 128Gb and I found out that I have many recovery partition. I am not sure which one I can remove it using DISKPART. Below is what I seen on the Disk Management Screen. Only C drive has volume label of C. Please help.

    1. 500MB healthy EFI system (100% free)
    2. 40 MB Healthy OEM Partition (100% free)
    3. 2.00GB Healthy Recovery partition (100% free)
    4. 109.56GB Healthy Boot, Page File, Crash Dump, Primary partition (40% free) Volume OS (C:)
    5. 450 MB Healthy Recovery Partition (100% free)
    6. 6.59 GB Healthy Recovery Partition (100% free)
    04-07-2016 10:54 AM
  2. realwarder's Avatar
    Main OS and data is 4. 1-3 help startup. 5 and 6 are likely Dell recovery and so can go. Then you can expand 4 into that space.

    But before you ever delete partitions, make sure you have a backup of all your data just in case things go bad.
    04-07-2016 12:22 PM
  3. JimWPan's Avatar
    Got it, thanks.
    I have save all the data to OneDrive. I can always reinstall the application I had. Should I create a USB drive with Windows 10 just in case I have to reinstall windows?
    04-07-2016 12:25 PM

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