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JayBern

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Ok I've got 2 hard drives installed onto my computer which consists of C:, D:, F:, and G:. C: and D: came together while I added another hard drive, and split it into two so I can share it with my sister. (250GB) Now that my hard assigned space (G:) is almost used up, she still have 111GB space out of the 117GB assigned to her (F:).

Is there a way to merge F: into G: or maybe shift some of her 111GB over to my drive?

Thanks for your time!

Jay
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shard92

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what kind of stuff is it? If it's just data copy and move it.... if it's programs you'd have to reinstall them to the new drive/partition....
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No I'm trying to merge the space.

See I partitioned my 250GB into two. Now one is being used up but the other is assigned for another user. The thing is, the other user (my sister) isn't going to use it. So I'm thinking of just "un-partitioning" it back to 250GB.

Is there a way?
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Any type of partitioning software will do it.
As with anything, you should have backups in case something goes wrong.
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