Question about the partitions on my HARD drive

My hard drive is divided as follows:

(1) 1.46 GB recovery Active
(2) 455 GB C: primary partition
(3) partition primary gb 9,27

If the partition of 1.46 GB ensures recovery system (such tiny disc?), what the gb 9.27 partition for?
Please?

Hello

Hmm, I think that 3) gb 9.27 primary partition contains also the Toshiba recovery system files.
The point is that you can create the recovery disk using the preinstalled Toshiba Recovery creator tool. This tool could create image contain the Win 7 32 bit and 64 bit OS.
I think that the 10 GB are necessary so that

What do you think of this?

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