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Internal harddriver and speed

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Hey guys i have bought an internal harddriver which i have made as primary C:  . The original harddriver is now D:.  Nevertheless the D: driver is much faster than the C: driver actually double as fast. So I'm thinking if it's possible somehow to merge harddriver speed and comibned C: and D:'s speed or at least letting the computer use the speed of D: but save items and programs in D: ?


Thanks in advance.

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No you would not be able to combine them.
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