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Combine two physical hard drives to one logical drive

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Hi All,
I have a 250GB hard drive where my company's client data is stored and this drive is mapped as the O: drive on all company computers. However now we are running out of space on this drive and I've got another 500GB hard drive that I will be using to make my disk space 750GB. My question is how do I combine the two physical drives to the one logical drive so I can still share the O: drive and let everyone have access to the full 750GB instead of having two drive letters.
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