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"Problems formatting HDD after copying Win 10 and data to new SSD", My goal is to have the SSD for Win 10 + games + other applications and my HDD for data storage. I originally had Windows 8.1 and around a year ago I upgraded to Windows 10. I'm not sure if I still have the installation disk of Windows 8.1. I have coppied my HDD to my SSD with Samsungs migrations software and now I can boot Windows 10 with only my SSD connected. The guide says that the next step will be to format my HDD. There are however two problems that are bothering me. 1. The system reserved partition is on the wrong drive. The system reserved partition( D: ) is still on my HDD. It is 100 mb big. Wil it be a problem if I format my HDD? I am also thinking about only formatting the big partition of my HDD ( F: ), wich I can use then for data storage. Is that possible? And is that a better idea? 2. Station is still being used. When I try formatting F: (main HDD partition) by right-clicking on it in Windows Explorer (like they do in the guide), a message box shows up with options. I have filled those in and pressed start. Then a message shows up with a warning about the fact that everything will be deleted on the drive. I click ok. Then another pop-up appears. It says (translated from Dutch): "This station is in use. Another program or process is using this station. Do you want to format the station anyway?" Then there are to options: "Yes" and "No". I have clicked "No" everytime, because I'm afraid I will ruin my computer if I click "Yes". I have already tried to disable the pagefiling, even while that was already happening on my SSD ( C: ), but it had no effect. The warning about the station still being active showed up once again. Should I just press "Yes" and format the station? And will this format only F: or the complete HDD, including D: (System reserved partition 100mb big)?

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