I intended one of the partitions from my third hard drive to be for openSUSE, and I tried installing openSUSE today on it.
This is where I fucked up. Somehow, it partitioned my entire C: drive (which was in a RAID 1), decreasing the size of it from one terabyte to about 410 gigabytes. I checked my copy of partition wizard, and I see there are several partitions the openSUSE installer created. openSUSE did not install onto the intended drive I wanted.
Here's a picture to elaborate.
Notice how Disk 1 has many partitions under it. Before, there were only two partitions: C: and the "active and boot" *:
What I want to do is restore my C: drive, effectively combining all partitions into one big partition. However, I can tell that somehow openSUSE has installed itself in the partitions. If I combine all the partitions, I want the drive to house only Windows, with no openSUSE stuff in there.
Do I just format the partitions and merge them, or do something else?
Help is urgently needed.