Unable to create New partition for Unallocated Space
To give you some background as to what happened, it started with my PC acting up like unable to load application as simple as notepad and sticky notes without having to wait minutes.
I didn’t want to assume it’s hard drive failure right away so I downloaded a bootable Windows 7 to my flash drive, tried to install it to my C parition of about 40gb. then the “the selected disk has an MBR partition table…” error appeared. I thought deleting the C partition will allow me to install but it didn’t. the partition remained as an allocated space. Maybe that move was stupid and what started this. I feel sorry for myself.
Nothing happens when I try to create New partition from that 40gb “Drive 0 Unallocated Space”.
I followed a guide on how to convert MBR to GPT but it will only allow me to select allocated partitions such as the System Reserve and the drive D which where I saved my files.
• 40gb Unallocated Space – nothing happens when creating NEW partition
• MBR to GPT conversion process won’t allow me to select unallocated space.
Please let me know if you need further details which can help fix this issue.
Thank you ALL.