I see that the Disk Manager lists three partitions named D (641 GB), E (200 GB) and F (90 GB). The sum of their sizes gives exactly 931 GB, which is equal to the size of the physical disk.
My conclusion is that all the other partitions are an illusion, just rubbish left in the
partition table by the MiniTool Partition Wizard. My guess is that MiniTool failed in
handling your disk, although it is supposed to support dynamic disks.
Because these dummy partitions seem to overlap real ones,
getting rid of these phantoms is problematic, since
any disk editor will assume that they are real and so will destroy real data on the disk.
You could use a partition editor, such as PTEDIT, to edit just the partition table,
but I wouldn't bet on the final result being correct and without problems.
And the least mistake will destroy the disk.
My real advice is to backup your data and then reformat the disk.
I would also suggest to leave it as a basic disk and not to partition it at all or very little, as disks are fragile.
If you need to do partition work, use the Windows Disk Manager rather
than third-party programs - it is safer.