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HOW TO FIX WINDOWS 10 PARTITION PROBLEM?
Windows 10 is one of the best and user-friendly operating systems at present. However, there are numerous factors that can cause your Windows computer to malfunction and display a wide variety of errors. At present, there are many users who have been complaining of the partition error that has become quite common on the Windows 10 Operating System. One of the causes of such an error could be the SRP (System Reserved Partition) that is full. The SRP is said to be a small partition that saves the boot information. The partition error displays in the form of 0XC1900104 or 0X800F0922 codes. You need not worry when you come across such an error. You can try either of the methods described below to get rid of the Windows 10 Partition Problem.
METHOD 1: USE DISKPART
Before we proceed with the steps, you have to make sure that you do not have any SD card connected to the computer. This method is bound to delete all the files on a selected hard drive, so make a backup of the important data. Follow the steps as described below:
- Turn on your Windows 10 computer with a bootable CD or USB drive.
- Locate and click the Repair button when you get the partition error.
- Open the Command prompt window.
- When you see the Command prompt box, open type start diskpart and press the Enter button.
- The command will show you the list of hard drives that are connected to your computer it seems the Windows 10 Partition Problem.
- Choose the hard drive based on the number shown on the screen.
- Now, you have to run the following commands, make sure to press the Enter button after each command.
- disk (drive number) clean
- disk (drive number) create partition primary
- disk (drive number) active
- disk (drive number) format fs=ntfs quick
- disk (drive number) assign
- Once you have finished running the commands, type Exit to close the Command prompt.
METHOD 2: MAKE THE PARTITION ACTIVE
- Start the Diskpart tool.
- You have to make the disk you are going to partition as the primary disk.
- When the Diskpart command window opens, enter listdisk and press the Enter button.
- You will see the list of hard drives present on your computer.
- Choose the hard drive based on the number shown on the screen and type select disk (hard drive number).
- Type list partition and press the Enter button.
- The list of available partitions will be displayed.
- Locate the partition in which you want to install Windows 10 and enter the partition number, as shown on the screen.
- You will see the message ‘Partition (number) is now the selected partition.’ Now, type Active.
- Type Exit and press the Enter button to close the Command prompt.
FOR ERROR WHILE PARTITIONING USING USB
METHOD 1: USE 2.0 USB FLASH DRIVE
- If you are planning to install Windows 10 using a USB, you have to make sure not to use the USB 3.0.
- Windows 10 users have made quite a few claims regarding the USB 3.0 on Windows 10.
- It is always advised to use the USB 2.0 to have a safe installation.
METHOD 2: REMOVE OTHER USB DEVICES
The error is caused because you might have two or more USB devices connected to your laptop.
METHOD 3: RECONNECT
- If you still get the partition error, it could be because the USB device couldn’t get detected.
- Remove the USB device and connect it to a different port it will chance to solve the Windows 10 Partition Problem.