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    Question Recovery partition(s) and Windows 10 - T100Ta 32Gb

    I've just upgraded my T100Ta to Windows 10, and have noticed that I now have several partitions:
    Disk 0:
    100Mb (EFI)
    700Mb (Recovery)
    27.777Gb NTFS (c)
    449Mb (Recovery)

    7.03Gb (Recovery partition)

    Reading older threads, the latter is the original Windows 8 recovery partition on a special internal drive and I can't do anything with it.
    I think the 700Mb recovery partition is from Windows 8.1. I'd like to delete this and use the space to expand the main (C) drive. Is this possible and is so, what is the best (easiest, free) way of doing it?

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    Since you've already "updated to Win 10", I believe the easiest way to recover those lost partitions would be to do a "Win 10 clean install"... that method will give you the choice to let you recover all partitions and it'll automatically repartition the C: drive as if it's a new Win 10 device with any traces of Win 8 recovery gone.

    You can do this by downloading the proper "Media Creation Tool" and selecting "Create installation media for another PC" to write a complete Win 10 installer to a 4GB (or bigger) USB drive. Here's MS instructions... Installing Windows 10 using the media creation tool - Windows Help

    After the "clean install", you'll have to recommission your device just as if it was brand new in the box.

    Note, after a "clean install", you will need to reload all drivers for your model. You might want to download those drivers beforehand from Asus Support and have them ready on another USB drive or your microSD card.

    Good luck. Let us know how it goes.
    Rick, loving my T100TA-C1-GR Z3740 64GB Win 10
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    ihave t100ta when using disk managment from win i dont have disk 1 and no 7 giga disk but i did reset factory many times so is that disk 1 hidden in win disk managment or the image of win 8 is highly compressed on the 700 mb



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