I installed Ubuntu 16.04 dual boot alongside Windows 10. It failed, but I decided I wasn't that interested in Ubuntu anyway. I have now successfully removed the Ubuntu partition AND fixed the bootloader so that it's back to Windows.
There are 2 related problems :
- There seem to be a number of leftover partitions from Ubuntu but I'm not sure which ones can be safely deleted and the space recovered. Even if I knew which ones to delete.
- One of my disks is now listed as "dynamic" by Windows Disk Management - so I can do very little with it. Can't delete volumes, extend space etc. Research seems to suggest a third party tool such as Easeus can convert this back to a Basic disk - but is this what I need to do to recover the unutilised space?
The attached screenshot shows the partitions within Windows Disk Management.