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How to merge a 2 partetions in 1 hardesk ??

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I need to merge partetion (E) with the free space of the same hardesk !!

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How to do so ???
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1. Make a backup of partition E.
2. Delete partition E
3. Create a new partition E, with all space on disk

Another solution could be use partition partition magic, from symantec, but is commercial
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Excelent !!!

Thanx Alot
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