- Boot your system with windows installation dvd in it.
- Click Repair your system.
- Open command prompt.
- Type diskpart
- Type list disk
- Type select disk 0
- Type clean
May 17, 2014
How to convert dynamic disk back to basic disk
Recently I installed windows 7 on my laptop. While installing I came to know that I can't make more than 4 disk partitions. After successful installation, I decided to shrink one of the highest space drive. Windows said I needed to convert the drives to dynamic for this purpose. I did that. Later that day I wanted to repartition my drives and install windows 8.1, windows restricted me to do so because the drives were dynamic. So after hours of struggle I was able to convert them back to basic and I think this information might me helpful for someone someday, hence posting it here:
Posted by Mayank Mohan Upadhyay