How to recover hard drive?

Recently installed on drive E Ubuntu. Today needed to allocate more memory for it, so I tried to extend the volume (the third, which is 64GB), and apparently something did, then the Windows ceased to see drive E:

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What you need to do to return everything as it was and at the same time to expand butovski that NORMAL?
March 19th 20 at 08:31
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March 19th 20 at 08:33
What you need to do to return everything as it was and at the same time to expand butovski that NORMAL?
How to return fail.
You need to remove all partitions from the disk and to re-create the desired size.
Information will have to restore from backup.
March 19th 20 at 08:35
duck vinda same ext4 sees.
Move straight from Linux volumes by using GParted or the Windows - AOMEI partition assistant.

What you need to do to get it all back

What exactly did you do that? Than moved the sections with which OS? Generally nifiga not clear.
Wrote above - "From Windows, I clicked the right button on the third volume of => "Extend volume" and it was screwing up - wanted to expand to 150 GB and there is inscribed,"
It can be more specific, what do you mean "move"? - Abdiel_Rolfson commented on March 19th 20 at 08:38
And what about GParted - it issues a warning
It is impossible to determine the file system! Possible causes:
File system corrupt
- The filesystem is unknown to GParted
- Absent file system (the partition is not formatted)
- The device entry /dev/sda1 missing


But that was before the breakage - Daija commented on March 19th 20 at 08:41

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