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Rocket18
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What Partitions belong on lenovo g50-70 with windows 10

I have a lenovo g50-70 and i dual-booted android x86 on it as well,  android x86 installed as a bunch of small partitions and now i want to uninstall it but I don't know what partitions belong on this machine.

 

Can anyone tell me which partitions belong on this machine?

 

Thanks

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Re: What Partitions belong on lenovo g50-70 with windows 10


@Rocket18 wrote:

I have a lenovo g50-70 and i dual-booted android x86 on it as well,  android x86 installed as a bunch of small partitions and now i want to uninstall it but I don't know what partitions belong on this machine.

 

Can anyone tell me which partitions belong on this machine?

 

Thanks


Please include a listing of partions that are present on your computer.  This will allow us to be more specific with our responses.

 

Thanks.


I do not work for Lenovo, I only provide suggestions based on my personal willingness to help others. All advice and comments are based on my experience, and do not reflect Lenovo policy, terms or conditions.
Rocket18
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Re: What Partitions belong on lenovo g50-70 with windows 10

Spoiler
ok, here goes:
1000MB simple  Basic  Healthy(Recovery partition)
260MB  simple  basic healthy(EFI system partiton)
1000MB simple basic healthy(oem system partition)
20MB simple basic healthy(primary partition)
20MB simple basic healthy (primary partition)
10MB simple basic healthy (primary partition)
1MB simple basic healthy (primary partition)
1.50GB simple basic healthy (primary partition)
1.00GB simple basic healthy (primary partition)
30.38GB simple basic healthy (primary partition)
10MB simple basic healthy (primary partition)
20MB simple basic healthy (primary partition)
14.95GB simple basic healthy (recovery partition)
260MB simple basic RAW health (primary partition)
390.63GB simple basic NTSF healthy (boot, page file, crash dump, primary partition)
25.00GB simple basic NTSF healthy (primary partition)

I need to know which partitons belong on this laptop and which do not belong (which would mean they belong to android)

 

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Re: What Partitions belong on lenovo g50-70 with windows 10


@Rocket18 wrote:
Spoiler
ok, here goes:
1. - 1000MB simple  Basic  Healthy(Recovery partition)
2. - 260MB  simple  basic healthy(EFI system partiton)
3. - 1000MB simple basic healthy(oem system partition)
20MB simple basic healthy(primary partition)
20MB simple basic healthy (primary partition)
10MB simple basic healthy (primary partition)
1MB simple basic healthy (primary partition)
1.50GB simple basic healthy (primary partition)
1.00GB simple basic healthy (primary partition)
30.38GB simple basic healthy (primary partition)
10MB simple basic healthy (primary partition)
20MB simple basic healthy (primary partition)
14.95GB simple basic healthy (recovery partition)
260MB simple basic RAW health (primary partition)
390.63GB simple basic NTSF healthy (boot, page file, crash dump, primary partition)
25.00GB simple basic NTSF healthy (primary partition)

I need to know which partitons belong on this laptop and which do not belong (which would mean they belong to android)

 


From what I can see as belonging to the initial factory layout of your hard disk I have numbered and changed to red in the qoute.  Beyond that it is hard to tell - it almost looks as if almost every partition was duplicated, or cloned in size for some reason.

 

What I would reccomend is save your data to USB drive or cloud source then recover the notebook to initial factory loadout by using One Key Recovery (OKR) option.  This can be done via booting the notebook using the Lenovo button (one with the ^ on it) and selecting recovery options.

 

This should use a hidden partition on the disk to wipe and reload the system to the layout it was shipped with by the factory.

 

Let me know if you need more info.. and good luck!

 

CB


I do not work for Lenovo, I only provide suggestions based on my personal willingness to help others. All advice and comments are based on my experience, and do not reflect Lenovo policy, terms or conditions.

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