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"Do I need to format non-system partition after before Windows reinstall", I have a small question about Windows disk partitions. On my current build I was using Windows 7 x64 Ultimate SP1. Using two disks: - SSD ADATA SU800 256GB SATA III for system and most demanding applications, - HDD TOSHIBA P300 1TB SATA III (HDWD110UZSVA) for games iso, less demanding applications, rest of junk, So far reinstalled Windows 7 x64 Ultimate SP1 to same clean install of same Win7 iso one time. After that I've decided to change it to Win10 Pro x64. So I've reinstalled Windows again. Of course, during install I was formatting then erasing all system partitions but didn't even touched HDD drive partition - transfered it through the Win7 reinstall, now even to Win10. Didn't touched it because I have 458 GB of important files there. Should I format the HDD drive when I changed Windows version? Or non-system disk can be transfered and will work without any problems? Or maybe I should just defragmentate it? Can't find any answer on internet about my question and now I'm a bit worried about my HDD condition - because I've started expieriencing textures/shadows/objects popping in few games (they appear just when are close to player). The message during benchmarking of HDD partition left me worried too (it happens every time): "slow device detected reducing io load"

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There are more than 80% people in this world who are using Windows systems. Yes, Windows systems are really powerful and easy to use. It sets nearly all default settings for users, so people don't need to set them one by one. Here comes a big problem: among these users, most of them don't know how to change Windows settings to meet their own special requirements.Reinstalling Windows may not lead to permanent data loss. Lost files can be recovered with data recovery software unless the lost files are overwritten. If you want to recover lost files after reinstalling Windows, please stop using the hard disk and make sure you do not save any data to the hard disk, as this would cause data to be overwritten and permanent data loss. Once the data is overwritten, it is little chance to recover lost files after reinstalling Windows by any data recovery software.