Don't think so. diskpart documentation says:

"You can use Diskpart to convert a dynamic disk to a basic disk. You must
delete any dynamic volumes before the conversion process. It is not
recommended that you delete partitions on a dynamic disk except in emergency
situations. It is recommended that you delete all volumes on the drive, and
then convert the disk to basic. You must delete all dynamic data partitions.
Also, never mix the basic primary and dynamic partitions on the same drive.
If you do so, the computer may be unable to restart."

Note that all data is destroyed.


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