Quote: Originally Posted by christin91
Quote: Originally Posted by Arc
For backing up the data of F and G, you may use an external drive, that is the best way.
hey arc thanks very much for detailed explanation.
But I don't have an external drive & I really don't want to lose my movies collection.
Is it possible that I move the movies in my F drive & softwares in G drive to C drive & then delete the 2 extra drives and then convert C drive to basic?Will I lose the movies?
You have enough space on C to hold the entire contents of G and F.
You could make a folder on C called Gtemp and another called Ftemp and then just copy from F and G to those new folders on C.
Then delete F and G.
Then convert the remaining partitions to basic with Partition Wizard.
Then remake F and G as 2 logical partitions inside an extended partition. Then move the stuff back from Ftemp and Gtemp.
I'm assuming F and G contain only data and not installed programs of some type.
Ideally, you would like to put the contents of F and G onto a totally different drive, but you say you have no such drive--so you make do with what you have.