My system currently has the following partitions:
As shown, there are two recovery partitions. Running
reagentc /info (as suggested here) shows that
sdb5 is the one actually being used.
I would like to delete the unused recovery partition (
sdb1) and move all other partitions (
sdb5) to the start of the disk, leaving all unallocated space as a contiguous block at the end (ready for Linux installation).
My problem is that GParted will not seem to let me move the MSR partition (
sdb3) - the "resize/move" option is just greyed out.
How can I accomplish this?
Microsoft reserved partitionisn't unallocated space and serves a purpose. If you delete the
EFI System Partition, you wouldn't be able to boot into Windows.
sdb1), and move the other partitions (including the EFI partition,
sdb2, and Microsoft reserved partition,
sdb3) to the start of the drive.