The 100 mb unallocated space that was once perhaps the System Reserved Partition as whs has pointed out, can be easily merged with the C Drive with a good Partition Manager Boot Disk.
As for the 1 mb unallocated space I too have it in one machine, and I have moved heaven and earth to merge it with a bigger partition, including deleting an adjacent partition and creating a single block of unallocated space and then creating a single partition but without success.
As I write a thought has just struck me that had I created a FAT32 partition out of the unallocated space I might have succeeded and then converted it into NTFS. But then why go through the hassle for 1 mb except that disk partitioning doesn't look neat.
Quote: Originally Posted by Secure
I have a 500GB hard drive that has 2 unusable bits of space. My obvious question is. Can it be fixed so they can be used or is this stuck like this?