Originally Posted by crazyman143
Strange. Is one of them possibly a drive image that you have mounted there? Right click on them and see if there is an 'unmount' option.
You could also use Disk Management to check the drive letters assigned to the partitions. In Disk Management, right-click the J drive, select "change drive letter and paths" Remove and re-add the drive letter mapping.
Hi again, have had a look and no there is not an 'unmount' option shown when I right click as suggested.
I am a bit wary about trying to delete one of the duplicates in case both of them end up disappearing. The two drives that are duplicated are 'E' and 'J' and they are partitions on my free standing Seagate drive.
Interestingly, when I go into 'File Explorer' and look at 'E' it shows that it is empty. However, if I look at this drive via Macrium Reflect it is showing that there is 28.2mb used of 486.3mb, the second partition on this drive is the 'J' drive and holds all of my personal data and there is 99.38gb used of 297.61gb.
The 'E' drive is where I have previously made a backup of the O/S on the 'C' drive and which is what I intend to do again now.
Thanks for trying to help, it's very much appreciated.