Satellite A660 - Question about hidden partition

Recently my shore hardd crashed and he had to be replaced. Then, I used my recovery media to restore. But now when I go into Disk Management displays 3 partitions. (previously it was 2 I think - in the old HDD)

DISK 0

Partition-1 1.46 GB Active recovery) hidden
Partition-2 580 active GB (drive c)
partition-3 12.5 GB Active (HIdden) (know toshiba recovery thing is here)

Does anyone know if I can delete the first partition and have just two?-only 15 MB/1.45 GB is used I can resize?
I present the same for everyone or is it just me?

Thank you very much

William

Hi wsb123,

(> Partition-1 1.46 GB Active recovery) hidden
It's the Windows recovery environment partition. On this HARD drive are for the repair of the system files if Windows can start t more. It s a Windows feature and has nothing to do with Toshiba. This partition, you can find on all installations of Windows 7.
-Online http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Windows_Recovery_Environment

> Partition-2 580 active GB (drive c)
With other words, the primary partition because on it a Windows is installed with all your files. Nothing unusual ;)

> partition-3 12.5 GB Active (HIdden) (know toshiba recovery thing is here)
As you have already written s the Toshiba Recovery for file recovery partition.

So I t understand the problem. Everything is normal, and if you install Windows recovery disk you have at least 3 partitions.

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