Hard Drive Space and joining partitions

  Will 14:44 19 Nov 2007

A few years afgo I bought a 120 gig HDD and split it into 6 x 20 gig partitions, "C" to "I", for ease of maintanance ie defragging. It has now come to pass that my C drive is choc a bloc and I would like to join it to partition "F" (D and E are disc Drives). Is there anything free out there that will help me to do this?

System is XP Home, AMD 64, 2 Gig, 1 gig Ram, 120 gig HDD. All partitions NTFS.

  xania 14:53 19 Nov 2007

I don't think you can join non-contiguous partitions. You will have to delete the unrequired partition, move all thoe others along to create a contiguous space than expand the C:\ partition. Virtually any partition manager, free or otherwise, should be able to do this for you.

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  MAJ 14:55 19 Nov 2007

Have never tried it, but you could look at Cute Partition Manager. click here

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