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osamasoliman1
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Message 11 of 12

Re: Thinkpad T450 Partitioning issue

After days of searching i have concluded that converting from MBR to GPT is the best choice.

Deleting the Hibernation Partition helped as well
https://forums.lenovo.com/t5/ThinkPad-T400-T500-and-newer-T/How-to-recover-8GB-partition-by-turning-...
it gave me the chance to create a new partition.

but to be spoken this is Lenovo's mistake to do such unprofessional mistake.

thank you for your cooperation guys.
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Message 12 of 12

Re: Thinkpad T450 Partitioning issue

osamasoliman1 wrote:

> but to be spoken this is Lenovo's mistake to do such unprofessional mistake.

where is Lenovo' "unprofessional mistake" really? If your laptop had win7 preloaded from the factory, the partitioning scheme is correct. MBR partitioning scheme for win10 you have looks like not touched after win7 upgrade by someone, not Lenovo, as its win10 machines have another scheme.

Anyway, glad to see your success.



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