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can members please help me with some (probably really, really) basic hard disc drive advice?
In my disc management window, I see an unassigned volume which is taking up 93.6 gb but is 100% free. When I right-click to see what options I have, the only one available is to "Delete Volume". When I click on that it pops up the message you see in the screengrab > "The selected partition was not created by Windows and might contain data recognized by other operating systems. Do you want to delete this partition?"
The only thing I can think is that the partition contains proprietary software by a tertiary organisation that this computer comes from, in this case TWOA, Te Wananga o Aotearoa.
I am hoping that I might be able to delete this volume, thus returning space to the primary drive which is running very short? Is this what would happen?
thanks for any help,