Extending C: partition Windows XP SP2

Posted on 2004-10-25
Last Modified: 2010-08-05
My partitions are as follows:  EISA 4.66GB NFTS      C: 13.97 GB NFTS       D: 37.25 NFTS

My C: partition is full and I would like to extend it or just delete the D: partition and capture the available space to C:?  Will "Disk Managment" allow me to do this?
Question by:bgooge
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    Hello bgooge =)

    >> Will "Disk Managment" allow me to do this?
    If u will Disk Management to delete the partition, it will erase all the data present on ur D: drive.... so be carefull while doing this :);EN-US;309000#7

    Or u can use a tool liek Ranish Partition Manager if u want to just to take some space out of D: drive to extend C: drive :)
    Ranish Partition Manager >>

    Cuation: Make sure that u have backed up all ur imported Data to a safe place before playing around with ur hard drive partitions !!

    Good Luck :)

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