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PSmir2
Beginner
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When installing IntelOptaneMemory the error above appears, how can I add these 5 MB and where to add them, and I checked my system in the SSU, file attachedQKOxUUrCBmI.jpgСнимок экрана (1).png

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LeonWaksman
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  1. You should leave 5-20MB in the end of your system disk . In your case this space should be located after disc D: . On Disk Manager image, I see some space assigned (I can't understand to which purpose - could be this is some OEM partition?). If yes, you should move this partition from the end of the drive to the left. To do this, you may use tool like AOMEI Partition Manager.
  2. Once, you have regular partition - like D: , in the end of your drive, you may decrease size of D: by 5-20MB.
  3. See the attached image for an example.

 

Leon

diskManagementOptaneDisabled.jpeg

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LeonWaksman
Super User
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  1. You should leave 5-20MB in the end of your system disk . In your case this space should be located after disc D: . On Disk Manager image, I see some space assigned (I can't understand to which purpose - could be this is some OEM partition?). If yes, you should move this partition from the end of the drive to the left. To do this, you may use tool like AOMEI Partition Manager.
  2. Once, you have regular partition - like D: , in the end of your drive, you may decrease size of D: by 5-20MB.
  3. See the attached image for an example.

 

Leon

diskManagementOptaneDisabled.jpeg

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AlHitmi
Beginner
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I did have to use  AOMEI Partition Manager to move the unallocated space to end of the drive for it to work. 

Thank you!

 

 

AlHill
Super User
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It is a shame that Windows Disk Management cannot provide just a little bit more to help with partition management.

 

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