My laptop has only one physical disk - but I'm looking at it in 'Disk Management' and I see that all of the partitions are 'Simple volumes'
System (no drive letter) 199MB
Main (C:) 222GB
Ubuntu (H:) 58.59GB
Recovery (D:) 18GB
HP_TOOLS (E:) 103MB
Is this 'bad'? I don't remember it being this way in the past (they are color-coded in the Computer Management screen and I don't remember ever seeing this shade of green on my drive - I swear it was blue).
Is there any reason I should be concerned about this? I'm trying to use wubi.exe to install Linux on my H: partition - is that possibly the cause of this? The install is failing and the opinion on the Ubuntu forums seems to be that there is something wrong with my disk.
EDIT: It appears my /boot folder and /$Recycle.BIN folders are in the 'System' partition that currently has no letter to it.