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Disk management shows a lot of volume for same disk

Disk Management Volume

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Dear I need help. I have uploaded a pic for you check. My hard disk's partition showing a lot of volumes but I can't do it a volume. In "Disk Management" I have partitioned for couple of time but an unallocated volume with no size is always appearing. I need the suggestion when I shrink or extend or delete a volume or making a partition will be a disk & not be shown as many volumes that I created which is showing like a history. If I make a volume all that is showing many then all the volumes remains there as a disk with many size volumes for same drive or partition or volume.

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Edited by sakibkhan, 01 May 2018 - 12:00 AM.

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You have your disk set to dynamic.  Convert it back to a basic disk.



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