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This happens when you have fast startup checked in the windows control under power options and then system setting, you want to uncheck it. The reason Ubuntu wont mount it as it is in hibernated state and any file you copy to windows partition might not exist when you boot to windows. This is a security feature in Ubuntu. Unchecking it should do the job. ...


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As long as you ensure that non of the data on the encrypted partition is needed to enable a system boot you could just remove the reference to it from /etc/crypttab to stop it from being auto-mounted at boot. Alternatively you could leave the reference in place but add the noauto option. As for the swap the easiest solution here is just to have it be ...


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It isn't recomend but you can resize current partition and create, make bootable another one using GParted. This flash drive may not work correctly on some systems.


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You can move /home to you second SSD. This will also include Steam and PlayOnLinux games. They are normally installed in /home/[user]/.[application]. Edit /etc/fstab for automount on boot: UUID=[UUID] /home ext4 defaults 0 2


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I was able to figure this out. My initial problem was understanding that Ubuntu does not treat a disk swap like Windows. When a disk is swapped in Windows, the OS knows to extend the file system into the remaining space. In Ubuntu, there are some extra steps that I found by reading How can I resize an LVM partition? (i.e: physical volume). Basically, the ...


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You will need a windows 7/8/10 disc or bootable usb. Boot from windows boot media. Select your language and press next. Then click on repair your computer option in bottom left. Now depending on which windows disc you have, you need to find the command promt option in repair your computer menu. It is usually under advanced options. Once you get yourself ...


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You will have to make new USB bootable key with Ubuntu. You have to run GParted from live sesion from USB because you are trying to resize the partition that would be in use if you run GParted from Ubuntu installed on hard drive. USB live key can be done with StartUp Disc Creator in Ubuntu. As commented by @oldfred the windows partition is to be shrinked by ...



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