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Merge discontinuous partitions on a hard drive


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I have Yoga730 which originally has a 500GB sdd and I upgraded to 1T.
I created an Image of the drive, switched between the drives on the mobile and re-deployed the Image to the new drive.
At the moment everything is working fine, but the distribution of the drive in the current situation is inconvenient for me, there is an EFI partition followed by a Recovery partition - below : C followed by drive D below another Recovery partition and at the end the free part of the new drive.
I want to unify the D with the blank part but in the middle "stuck" me Recovery partition.
Is it possible to unite two non-adjacent partitions?

Why are there two Recovery partitions?
If I have a perfect IMAGE, do I even need Recovery and if not how to delete it?
Thanks to the tortured

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You can delete. In the worst case you have the image :)


DA If you use Macrium reflect software for backup then you can in the recovery process "play" with the partitions really easily, this is one of the things I like about it (and it's free).


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