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In File Explorer when I'm running Windows, the WINRETOOLS partition is not visible; it has no drive letter. In Disk Management, it also has no drive letter. However, when booting Reflect Rescue Media, WINRETOOLS is given a drive letter.
My SSD on which WINRETOOLS resides has 2 additional hidden partitions. Image and DELLSUPPORT, which appear to be Dell factory default partitions for reinstall and diagnostic purposes. These partitions also do not have a drive letter in File Explorer/Disk Management. However, unlike WINRETOOLS, in Reflect Rescue Media, these 2 partitions are not visible and don't have drive letters.
Is this expected behavior? If not, why would WINRETOOLS be the one partition behaving like this?