I have a Windows NT 4.0 Server with 2 hard drives. The first hard drive (8.5 GB) contains the C: drive (2 GB) and has one other partition, a D: drive (6.5 GB).
I have now run out of room on the C: drive and would like to combine the 2 partitions - basically remove the D: drive so all I have left is the C: drive (8.5 GB).
Can this be done and if so how and what precautions do I need to take?
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Partition Magic is an Excellent third-party software that help you partition your hard drive without even lossing your data It has a GUI interface which will be much easier for you to use it You can get this software at powerquest.com website.
Once you buy the software and install it on your PC, can partition your existing drive C: of 2Gb and increase the size all the way to 8.5 GB in just about 2 or 4 minute.
Don't worry it is easier to use it because is Graphical and work on any Operating system, plus it has other feature such as cleaning or scanning your hard drive and others that makes your harddrive to perform well.
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Posted by Student of Katharine Gibbs School - New York on November 29, 2003