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How can I add enough space to my C drive?


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Cliff12615

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I have installed an internal hard drive that has been divided into four partitions, C drive (100GB), D drive (80GB), E drive (70GB) and F drive (70 GB). They all work really well all the time. But, yesterday, I received a pop-up saying that my C drive was running out pout space and asked me to extend it. But, I donít know how to extend it. Do you know any solution for me? Please, help me, thanks in advance!
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Alzeimer

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You can try to merge partitions solution.

Here is a link on how to merge partitions (using their program).

http://www.partition...e-partition.htm

You can use another program if you choose but the logic to how still stays pretty much the same.



Hope that helps
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Todd Evans

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Also if you have no specific need for all the partitions (I really can't think of any good ones personally) then you may want to consider deleting the other ones and extending to the full drive capacity or you will probably end up running into the same problem again.
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