You will have some of the 3TB taken up by hidden partitions and things like Pagefiles and System restore. These can be configured separately to obtain more space but as you have plenty I wouldn't worrry..
Thank you for your response. I guess I may need to post this on windows 10 help... if I try to install 10 The Disk1 is not showing up to allow me to install on it. I did shrink the C drive and create a partition and successfully install 10 there but it did not see the Disk1 drive (E) this is where I keep all my music.
My installation is dual boot 7 and 10 .. 7 still sees disk1 and all content fine but when I boot to 10 i does not see that drive.
I have moved all the data files to C drive and deleted the partition in the disk1 but I cant delete the drive ( I thought maybe I could get all on C drive ) then go from there.
Ok thanks guys! I just want to be able to access the disk1 which I use for file storage of music etc.. on windows 10.
I can still access on win 7 when I boot there but when booting to 10 ....does not see it.
You have never mentioned if you do actually have two Hard Drives on your system. I still think it is a faux drive and Windows 10 may not be compatible.
Can you create a partition on the unallocated space on Drive 0?
The asterisk on the right end of the Disk 1 listing, normally identifies a drive as a GPT configuration. In this case, it may be related to the software. If it were a real drive, you should have no problem accessing it.
Ok I will look into .. I think the first time i upgraded to win 10 (not dual boot) it did see the drive. I will try that again and see if it recognizes it that way. But I really wanted the dual boot Thanks for your time guys!!!