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Deleting a partition

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When I installed Windows X64, I partitioned my hard drive so that it would
have 3 partitions. I now want to delete one of the partitions. I did a
Microsoft search and found that I needed to go into Disk Management, right
click on the partition, and click delete. I did that but it didn't remove
the partition. It's still there but can't be accessed.

My computer consists of my C drive where all of my programs are located.
The D drive contains files that I use. The E drive was empty and I couldn't
fine a use for it, so I want to join D and E to make 1 large partition and not
to touch the C drive. I've already backed up everything that's on the D

How do I combine D and E to made 1 large partition without buying a program
such as Parition Magic?
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