Partitioning and reallocating memory RRS feed

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  • I have a Dell Alienware 17 Laptop, with Win 8.1, and three drives:  1.  OS (C:) Primary Partition, 117.86 GB NTFS; 2. DATA (D:) partition with 930.35 GB of 931.39 GB free, a.k.a. 100% free, NTFS; and 3. (F:) an external hard drive set for continuous update.  My D drive was close to full and I wanted to merge it with the C drive allowing the C drive to have all of the available memory. I've tried putting files into the D drive, but upon rebooting the files were gone! Besides, I like to have everything in the C drive! Finally, I downloaded, installed and used the Microsoft Program 'EaseUS Partition Master', but it would not allow me to merge C to D, or D to C.  I then used the program to delete the D drive, but the program won't allowme to extend the C drive to take in the newly available memory of former drive D.  What do I do with the unallocated memory in the former D drive to allow me to use it in the C drive?

    • Moved by Mike Danes Monday, June 1, 2015 5:42 AM not a c# question
    Sunday, May 31, 2015 4:59 PM


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