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Old 08-02-2008, 10:42 PM   #1
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k i have an empty partition on a non-system disk and i wanna conjoin it with the rest of the disk with out losing any data. how should i do so?

Disk 1 E: has my stuff on it and i want to conjoin it with the rest of the disk. what should i do?

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First of all, in order to extend a partition, you will need unallocated empty space. This means that before you can extend your "E" partition, you will need to delete the "D" partition. After which you'll just right click the "E" drive and select Extend Volume. The wizard will walk you through the rest.
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yay it worked. But now it has like 2 poop green parts, but in my computer its one disk. Oh well
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