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I need to know how to add more storage space to my windows xp (C:) drive. I have 3 other drives with over 3GB space. How do I make this work?
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I have 3 other drives with over 3GB space.

Do you have 4 physical drives, or 4 partitions on one drive?

If you have multiple physical drives, a RAID setup is a possiblity.

Most likley, you have mulitiple paritions on one drive. In which case a third party program like Partition Magic will allow you to rearrange paritions without losing data.

Finally, if you don't care about losing data, you can delete your primary and extended partitions, and then recreate partitions of the size desired, but that would erase everything on that drive.
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