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Yes you can. Your OS needs to be Win XP Professional in this case and needs to be NTFS.
This is called 'Mount Drive'.
A Mounted Drive is a drive that is mapped to an empty folder on a volume that uses the NTFS file system. Mounted drives function as any other drives, but they are assigned drive paths instead of drive letters. When you view a mounted drive in Windows Explorer, it appears as a drive icon in the path in which it is mounted.
You can also use mounted drives when you need additional storage space on a volume. If you map a folder on that volume to another volume with available disk space (for example, 20 gigabytes), you extend the storage space of the volume by 20 gigabytes (GB).
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