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I have a 20 gb hard drive. It is partitioned into a C: and a D:.
C has 15 gb's and D has 5 gb's. My problem is my OS, wind xp, is intalled on the D drive. So I have low memory warnings all the time because anything I do or my family does automatically goes onto the smaller partition. Of course unless I reassign it to the C drive.

Is there anyway that I can combine the two back into one? I have tried partitionmagic and it does not see the D system drive for some reason it only sees the C drive as the entire 20 gb's.

make sense? probably not but can anyone help?

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