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geordie_john

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HELLO I HAVE CHECKED MY HARD DRIVE AND FOUND ON C DRIVE 32.33 GB NTFS WITH 43.99 GB UNALLOCATED
HOW DO I PUT THE UNALLOCATED TO C DRIVE?
I AM USING XP PROF SERVICE PACK 2
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You would need to use third party software to enlarge the partition and format the remainder, you can't do it with Windows. You can also just format the space and use it as an added partition. You can then make folders in it and move your files into them. This might be the safest course.
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Thank you i will try to format the space and call it drive f:
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