I have a laptop I’m using for an imaging tutorial that I’m doing. It’s a Lenovo Thinkpad L412. I would like to understand the present partitions before I repartition. I have:C: “Windows7_OS” 122GB free of 221 GBE: “SYSTEM_DRV” 500mb free of 1.17GBQ: “Lenovo_Recovery” 2.01GB free of 9.76GB So Q: is the Lenovo Recovery partition.C: apparently has all the System / Windows files and all the data files *Question: What is E: ? It has folders - INOV8LOG- MGGSTAT- preboot- Recovery- tvtosWhich means it looks like a recovery partition, however “Q” is apparently the recovery partition. I would like one partition for System / Windows. And one partition for data.I guess I could shrink the “C” drive, then create “D” partition and move my data files to “D”. Does that seem like a good plan?