Windows 10: 450 mb ssd recovery partition

Discus and support 450 mb ssd recovery partition in Windows 10 Installation and Upgrade to solve the problem; i installed another version of win 10 with a usb so all the windows filed were installed on my hdd and before that the booting files only were put on a... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Installation and Upgrade' started by Markawy, Aug 5, 2021.

  1. Markawy Win User

    450 mb ssd recovery partition


    i installed another version of win 10 with a usb so all the windows filed were installed on my hdd and before that the booting files only were put on a 450 md ssd recovery partition so the booting was way too fast so how to get them back there ?

    :)
     
    Markawy, Aug 5, 2021
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  2. A123 Win User

    Will a Windows 10 version update recreate the 450 MB recovery partition

    Will a Windows 10 version update recreate the 450 MB recovery partition? I have created a recovery drive on a USB flash drive and I remember that after the recovery drive creation that a message popped up that I could safely delete the recovery partition
    on the desktop storage drive. I checked Disk Management and two recovery partitions exist on Disk 0. One partition is 300 MB and before C: drive and the other is 450 MB and after the C: drive. I assume that the 450 MB partition is the one that I can safely
    delete. If I delete the 450 MB recovery partition, will Windows 10 recreate the partition the next time I update the Windows 10 version?
     
    A123, Aug 5, 2021
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  3. Saltgrass Win User
    Will a Windows 10 version update recreate the 450 MB recovery partition

    The 450 MB is the current one. The 300 MB was the original which was superseded.

    The reason is the Windows Upgrade needed to create a larger Recovery Tools partition and could not do so at the original location, so it shrank the C partition and created it in that space.
     
    Saltgrass, Aug 5, 2021
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  4. UriF Win User

    450 mb ssd recovery partition

    Windows 10 450 MB Recovery Partition

    Yesterday i upgraded to new spring version. When I turn my computer on I got a notification that F drive has low space. I found out that it is a recovery partition. Now I have 33.7 MB from 449 MB. What i have to do DELL recommended me to delete this
    partition but I saw that is not recommended. I don't now how to increase size of this partition.
     
    UriF, Aug 5, 2021
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