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ripperdon

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hey as far as i ve seen the limit on number of primary partitions is 4... i had four primary partitions...deleted data on one of my drives (and the partition as i was curious) when planning to format the drive..when i tried to reallocate it,its only showing up as an extended partition.. any idea why?

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rshaffer61

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Ok so please explain the pictures.
It looks to me like the partition hasn't been partitioned and formatted. I don't see anything for extended or a drive letter assigned.
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