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Shumy2
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Hello,

 

Due to all kinds of empty drives and partitions of AOMEI I tried to delete a small partition and unite it with the operating system. The result is not good (Attached screenshot from AOMEI - device And a black screen on the rise).

Does anyone have an idea that doesn't include everything? I really didn't want to

 

Thank you

 

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The business is lost on the energies the only chance without rebooting is to build a bot partition with partition management software, which seems not to be possible then they have a unique option within the software.

All of the above fixes are an existing bot partition but damaged or without files. Because there is no such partition at all, even a non-bootable installation of the disk will not work because it has to build a boot partition that is in the sector before the main partition and that Can only do with booting the disk. Therefore, you will need to back up all files and install a clean install.

If you really insist on upgrading the previous system then you may want to insert another disk and install it Maybe The system will also detect the second installation and then you will be able to upload ... It seems too excessive ...

(Everyone learns from mistakes ...)

Good luck anyway .. 

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Where do you install and how did you create the source of this installation?

 

Try this:

If the setup program says that you cannot install 10 on disk because the disk is in GPT format, it is because you have UEFI disabled. 

 

The solution is enter BIOS (by pressing a key during startup, either F1 or F10-F12 depending on your computer model), find the option to enable UEFI and enable it. Restart and retry installation exactly like how you did, now setup will pleasantly accept your GPT disk partition to install 10 into.

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