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Sorry if this question has been asked/answered before but I'm new and haven't found a working answer elsewhere on the web. Originally I had a dual boot using ubuntu dual boot for windows and ubuntu. The ubuntu partition which was allocated 1.2tb of space, corrupted, so I eventually found a way to remove it(this was a long time ago so I don't exactly remember how).

Now I want to extend my windows drive to take back the 1.1tb of space which is currently unused, but the recovery partition is in the way so I cant merely right click and extend volume. I saw elsewhere online to delete the recovery partition by making a recovery drive and deleting it when it gives me the option to, but it never gives me the option to delete. Im all out of ideas so if someone can please help me that would be great