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C:& D: drive space allocation

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I have a Sony Vaio model 'pcg frv31' . The hard drive is allocated between C and D drives with D drive being a backup drive. C drive currently has 13.97 GB allocated with 34% free. D drive currently has 18.27 GB allocated with 99% free.
Is there any way I can lower the allocation of space for D drive and increase the allocation of space for C drive ???
Thanks in advance, as I am not the sharpest knife in the drawer when it comes to computers.

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This is normal Sony behaviour.
Normally when you run your Recovery CDs, it'll wipe drive C but leave drive D intact. This is so you can put anything you want to keep on Drive D before running the recovery CDs.
You can alter it but you need third party software, something like Partition Magic.
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