Partitions of a Hard Drive


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Guest

Right now, I am on an Acer Aspire 3003, less than a year old.
When I received my computer, drive C was partitioned into two drives, C and D.
I want to remove partition D(already erased) and make partition C expand to
the full disk. After deleting Partition D, It just left an empty space, and
wouldnt expand drive C to the full size of the drive(40G). Right now I only
have 17GB of space because of the partitioning. How do I expand the size of
Partition C to the full size of the disk??
 
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Shenan Stanley

Jad said:
Right now, I am on an Acer Aspire 3003, less than a year old.
When I received my computer, drive C was partitioned into two
drives, C and D. I want to remove partition D(already erased) and
make partition C expand to the full disk. After deleting Partition
D, It just left an empty space, and wouldnt expand drive C to the
full size of the drive(40G). Right now I only have 17GB of space
because of the partitioning. How do I expand the size of Partition
C to the full size of the disk??

With a third party partition manager software (Partition Magic, for
example.)
 
W

winharv

(With a third party partition manager software (Partition Magic, for
example.)

I guess you are asking if Partition Magic will do it for you. YES
EASILY. Harv.
 
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Shenan Stanley

Jad said:
Right now, I am on an Acer Aspire 3003, less than a year old.
When I received my computer, drive C was partitioned into two
drives, C and D. I want to remove partition D(already erased) and
make partition C expand to the full disk. After deleting Partition
D, It just left an empty space, and wouldnt expand drive C to the
full size of the drive(40G). Right now I only have 17GB of space
because of the partitioning. How do I expand the size of Partition
C to the full size of the disk??

Shenan said:
With a third party partition manager software (Partition Magic, for
example.)
I guess you are asking if Partition Magic will do it for you. YES
EASILY. Harv.

No - I wasn't asking anything.
I left previously (and put back in this response to you) the entire thread.

The OP asked the question, I answered.
 

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