I have a laptop with a 500 GB hard disk and my partitions are:
C:\57.7 GB (OS installed)
All partitions use the NTFS file system.
Each of these 4 partitions is comprised of many minor partitions. According to disk management the 4 partitions have the following composition:
C:\57.7 GB (single partition)(healthy(system,boot,page file, crash dump))
D:\57.7 GB (single partition)(healthy)
E:\300 GB (91 MB + 101 MB + 20 GB + 37.4 GB + 100 MB + 50 GB + 97 MB + 192 GB)(healthy)
F:\50 GB (91 MB + 106 MB + 102 MB + 39.8 GB + 10 GB)(healthy)
I don't want all these small partitions, I only want the 4 main partitions.
When I tried to install another OS so that I can use my laptop with dual operating systems, only the
C:\ partition is compatible for OS installing, but the in
C:\ partition already has an OS in installed on it.
When I tried to install an OS on one of the partitions other than
C:\, it is saying that it has multiple partitions.
Please help me.