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kroberts

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Hi, hope you can help me? I've just bought a new HDD that is bigger than my old one and used a clone program to copy all the system over to it rather than loading all the OS and stuff on! But now I have ended up with a partition the same size as my old drive, and a new partition of the space left, logical! I have formatted it and given it a drive letter of "D", but I wanted a contigious drive of just "C"! How can I make the new drive one whole drive, rather than a "C" and a "D"? Does "Partition Magic" do this? or can you do it through Windows? Thanks 4 any advice....
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fructose

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Partition Magic will do it. There are free options but I would recomend that only the experienced user use them.

Oh, and always, always...

Backup your data!
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