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Anonymous asked in Computers & InternetHardwareAdd-ons · 1 decade ago

how do i partition my disc in such a way that i can extendits capacity?

what i meant is . I have a C drive already insatlled on the previous harddisk . what i would like to know is how i can partition my disk in such a way that the old C drive is merged with the new one.. thereby resulting in an increased C drive

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  • S&H
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    1 decade ago
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    You can't increase the capacity of whole disk but if you want to add some space to C: drive you may purchase Acronis Disk Director. This software will merge your partitions without data loss.

    In case you have only C: drive and some unallocated space you can recover this space using an utility of disk Director and then add it directly to C: partition. Here is a link for you:

    http://www.acronis.com/homecomputing/products/disk...

  • 1 decade ago

    I think that you can do nothing to reach what you want.

    What you're talking about is an expensive solution where you'll have to buy scsi hard disks.

    Or buy a Windows server 2003 and make a raid-5.

    But of course you don't want to do this.

    I would recommend that you create a second partition and name it D on the second hard disk.

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