I originally had Vista on my computer when purchased. The computer had C:, D:,. The HP recovery was on D: with everything else on C:
I deleted the Data from the D: recovery disc as I had no more use for Vista and most of the programs that came from HP would not work with Windows 7. I have recovery disc if I do need them at a later date to reinstall Vista.
I installed Windows 7 Ultimate on C: This left D: partition empty. I have most recently used D which is about 13 GB for4 abackup of some of my programs.
I also have another 640 GB hard disc which is G: that I use as backup for my windows system.
I would like to do away with the D: partition because I can also put all my program backups on G: as well.
How do I delete the D: partition and incorporate that space into the C: partition? I think I know but am not sure of myself and would like advice.
I forgot to mention that C: drive is also 640 GB as well.l
What are your suggestions as to deleting D: or leaving it?