|23 Nov 2011||#1|
How do I return or mix back these "unallocated" space?
Sorry.. The complete title of the thread should have been:
"How do I return or mix back these "unallocated" space to their original partition?"
While fixing something in my second computer.
I found that there are 2 unallocated space.
100MB = From Drive C
9MB a space which I do not know where it came from.
Forgive me if the images are not so clear. My cellphone does not have a good camera.
(Check images supplied for important/not important info)
Any help on how to mix/merge or gain this unallocated space will be very much appreciated.
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|23 Nov 2011||#2|
ok, you want to extend partition 1, and use the first bit of unallocated space.
then extend partition 3 to the last bit of unallocated space.
it may take some time to shuffle all the data!
also, you can use the snipping tool to take screenshots. the link will take you to a vista tutorial, but it works the same way in 7.
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