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How do you combine volumes from different partitions?


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Hi, I downloaded from the existing partitions in Windows that was already installed.

I have volume Small, but I managed to steal from drive C about 32 GB and drive D about 19.5 GB.

When I started the installation process - I could not bind the 2 volumes.

 

So my question is how do you combine them? 

It is important for me to note that the Extend Volume option when you right-click on the drive you want to expand - is blocked - via Disk Management

Thanks.

 

 

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Basically you should have the option in drive D to expand it to 19GB.  

 

If you want to fix it completely or move it to C or something else you will need to use partition management software like MiniTool Partition 

Note! Work carefully with the software not to do something you are not sure about, of course take care of the backup before anything you do. Note 2 The operation (with the software) may take a long time, keep in mind. 

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Basically you should have the option in drive D to expand it to 19GB.  

 

If you want to fix it completely or move it to C or something else you will need to use partition management software like MiniTool Partition 

Note! Work carefully with the software not to do something you are not sure about, of course take care of the backup before anything you do. Note 2 The operation (with the software) may take a long time, keep in mind. 

Hey

Thanks for the help to both of you, I did it with the software you recommended 

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