SSD volume shrunk? Tags: SSD Boot Corsair Force Storage Last response: December 31, 2011 2:17 AM in Storage Share batpot December 30, 2011 10:00:48 PM I've been screwing around all day trying to fix intermittent boot issues w/ a pair of Corsair Force 3 120GB SSDs. One disk is the boot disk, and the other stores game files. I've been goofing around w/ converting the boot disk to dynamic, and "mirrored" it to a standard HDD, which I am currently running off of. I've gone through various formats, deleted partition, converting from basic to dynamic, and now one of the SSDs is showing a reduced capacity...(from 111.79 to 111.67) How can I fix this? More about : ssd volume shrunk RealBeast a c 322 G Storage December 31, 2011 2:17:12 AM Unpartition your disks and use basic disks, there is no reason for you to use dynamic disks for your purposes that I can think of. Of course your boot disk will have 100mb "missing" due to the SRP (system reserve partition). m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedInstalling a RAID volume post OS installation (whilst keeping the OS on a single SSD)? Forum SSD Boot Drive, 2HDD to 1 volume, all without losing any of my current files Forum SolvedZ68 - SRT cache and boot volume on single SSD disk - full success! Forum SolvedBest strategy to clone RAID 0 volume onto SSD and split OS/data? Forum Can Extend an SSD volume with HDD volume in windows? Forum Need help adding two SSD as a secondary RAID 0 volume on existing system Forum Re-installed Win 7 Pro to SSD...RAID Volume "Access is denied." Forum Z68 - SRT cache and boot volume on single SSD disk - full success! Forum Intel SSD Toolbox and warning "The VVS (Volume Shadow Copy) service... Forum ASUS P8Z68 (Z68) RAID Issue (SSD on OS, HDD's as Media Volumes) NO SRT Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !