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suryaemlinux
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Registered: ‎09-19-2009
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Partitioning the Y530 laptop C:\ drive

Hi,

I have Y530 Ideapad with 254 GiB C drive and 28 GB D drive. I dont know how on earth Lenovo can come up with such a weird partition. I already made recovery DVDs worth 15GiB.  Can I go ahead partition my C:\ drive to my convenience. My lenovo OKR partition is hiddn and it's intact. I'm not gonna touch the OKR partition.

 

Shall I go ahead partition the C:\ drive? If I do so, I may lose the operation of OKR. But, will the recovery DVDs do enough to restore the system to factory condition?

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Re: Partitioning the Y530 laptop C:\ drive

Recovery DVDs and your factory image are tuned to the C drive space that it was at the moment of their creation. As soon as you change C size both of these will be useless until you return C size to factory size or above.

You can still resize C and D (ue EASEUS partition master) and then create your recovery disks or jsut recovery image again - this one will work perfectly.

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suryaemlinux
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Re: Partitioning the Y530 laptop C:\ drive

Hi,

Thanks for your info. Do we have any steps to create recovery for re-partitioned C: drive using EASEUS manager.

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