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mkitten
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Yoga 900 partitions that can be safely deleted

Hi, I need to claim some space back on my SSD.

I have created a USB recovery key. Can I delete D:? Can I delete the 17.1GB recovery partition? What is the difference between the two?

 

                          Type               Size    

-------------  -----------   ------- 

Hidden             EFI System     260 MB

Hidden             Recovery       1000 MB

Hidden             Recovery       17.10 GB  (free)

Hidden             Recovery       1000 MB  

Lenovo (D)      Primary          25 GB (91% free) 

Windows (C)   Boot               432.61GB  

 

Thanks

 

 

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Re: Yoga 900 partitions that can be safely deleted

Partition disk D are Lenovo drivers and software. If you need extra space, create recovery media via OneKey recovery and/or backup the D partition.

 

The hidden 17.10GB recovery partition should be Windows recovery. 


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