I was given a brand new Sony Vaio Series Z (vpcz13v9e) by the company I'm consulting for.
I cannot use Windows for what I do, so I've asked the IT department of the company if they could set the latest Ubuntu version up on it - which they did (they mentioned some issues with UEFI and RAID though)
Thing is, I'm pretty sure they've left some parts of the disk drive out.
How can I easily check?
I basically need to:
- find out total disk drive situation
- check for unused parts
- format them
- add them to the total space I can now use.
EDIT #1 AFTER FIRST COMMENT
gparted starts and logs
/dev/sdb: unrecognised disk label /dev/sdc: unrecognised disk label /dev/sdd: unrecognised disk label
Plus Sony website specs for my laptop states: 256GB Quad SSD (RAID 0)
Ok, I've now mounted the other 3 parts. How easy would it be to merge them all together so to have just one partition but bigger?