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When installing windows xp, the C: drive got partioned and formed a new drive named F:, now i want to merge these two drives due to low disk space , can you tell me how to merge that two drive into one .

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Hi

When you attempt you reinstall the windows operating system and you are in the WINDOWS XP SET UP, there is an option there to delete the partition.

Another option is by going to COMPUTER MANAGEMENT. Just right click mouse on MY COMPUTER ICON, click on MANAGE, click on DISK MANAGEMENT, now right click on DRIVE YOU WANT TO DELETE and there is an option to DELETE THE VOLUME. Be sure you back up your files coz it will wipe all your files there.

I hopw it helps you.Regards

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