troubleshooting Question

replacing new hard disk in windows server 2008

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Microsoft SQL ServerStorage HardwareWindows Server 2008
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Dear Experts
I am using Windows Server 2008 standard where the OS is installed in the C-Drive, SCSI HDD 36 GB.
MSSQL and work flow application (used for the work allocation which uses the MSSQL for the database) is installed in the D-Drive separte hard disk of 36 GB due to the space issue we purchased the NEW SCSI Hard disk of 146 GB. please help me how to replace the D-Drive (36GB)with the New Hard Disk without affecting the installed MSSQL and the work flow application.
Iam looking for the solution of how to replace the existing D-drive(36GB) with the new146GB but without affecting the installed MSSQL and the work flow application. Installed MSSQL and workflow application should be automatically be in this new drive and function without any problems.
Please help me step by step how to do this. Thanks in advance.

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