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Disk Management
Disk 0 Dynamic 136 GB,  Volume - Archive (F:) Dynamic
Disk 1 Dynamic 273 GB, Volume -Storage (E:) Dynamic
Disk 2 Dynamic 34GB, Volume - (c:) Dynamic

How do i  delete Disk 0 Archive (F:) 136 GB and reallocate disk space to Disk 1 Storage (E:) 273 + 136 = 409gb.

No need to save any data on Disk 0.
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Right-click the Archive (F:) select Delete Volume.  click Yes, Right-click Storage (E:), select Extend Volume.click Next, select Disk 0, click Next, click Finish.
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