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Windows 7: hard drive partitions.

18 Nov 2009   #1

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hard drive partitions.

Hello, i need help with hard drive partitions. So now i want make them both same. I mean now i got in one partition 320GB in other 50GB, but now i want that they both be same, 370GB. But i cant to do this, i cant delete other partition. Some screen shots, and i cant delete my first hard drive And look i have 50GB hard drive partition but they dont show them in computer, only local disk

Omg my english is very bad, sorry, i think you guys understand what problem i have/

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18 Nov 2009   #2

Windows 7 Professional x64

If you want to make them both into one, you would delete the 50GB one (make sure you have any data backed up)
Partition or Volume - Delete

Then extend the first one (to the left) into the free space. (to the right)

Partition or Volume - Extend

The reason "my computer" shows only the 320GB is the other has no letter assigned.

I hope this helps.
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