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I have a PC which the user partitioned his c drive into c and d drives.
The C drive has barely enough room to run effectively and cannot be defragmented at all due to lack of space.
The D drive has nothing in it that I recall.
Is there a way to eliminate the D drive to give the C drive full access to the entire amount of hard drive space?
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Unless you're willing to lose all your data, the only way is to use a third party utility like Partition Magic.
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