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  1. They have an option ForgotId to resolve such situation.
  2. Got an answer at https://www.windowscentral.com/how-use-storage-spaces-windows-10
  3. I wish Steve comes up with some help.
  4. I have the hard drive of my Toshiba laptop equally divided into C: and D: Drive C contains all the progs and data. Drive D was used for Backup. But when I created a recovery disk for drive C it asked if I wanted to retain the original backup. I opted for deleting, and it cleaned my Drive D. Now it has no contents with nearly 230 GB space. Could I expand the Drive C taking a part of the space of Drive D? I look forward to a solution that would not affect any existing contents. Theo
  5. Dear Steve Thank you for your invitation to write to your blog. Your blog has been very useful to me since I came to know it through Andre Costa on Twitter. I am not great computer expert, but have been handling them since early 70s in Pune (India) where I was doing my post-grad studies at the University. I am a history researcher and also contribute as columnist to various dailies in Goa since past decade or so. Computers have been my companions of research, and hence my interest in being computer-friendly! As a founder-director of research institute in Goa, affiliated to Goa University,
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