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  • Hi,
         I currently have a c: drive with 20GB, a d: 100GB, and a e: with 160GB.  I recently added these hard drives, since I kept running out of space in my c: drive.  I wanted to make either my d: drive or e: drive my new c: drive so I can have more space.  How can I do this using the disk management tool in windows xp.  I used the tool to create primary partition in all my hard drives, and reformatted them.  My current state is my c: drive 20GB has the windows operating system, and Bios boots to this drive.  The d: and e: drives have no files and are formatted also with a primary partition.  My goal is to have one of my bigger drives do the job the c: drive is doing, and eventually reformat the existing c: drive to use as future storage. 
    Thank you all 
    Thursday, July 16, 2009 3:49 PM


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