Question about Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
My Intel Pentium 4CPU Desktop computer has three drives in the hard drive: C drive has 5GB and E drive 20.5 GB; the E drive is set as active and has most of the program softwares. D drive is 54.5GB and used to store data files. I need more space on the C drive to get softwares update and install Adobe Reader, etc.
How do I combine the C and E drives into a new (or existing) C drive?
If it cannot be done, can I format the hard drive and use "a copy of a copy" the Window XP Home Edition software to re-install the window operating? The prodcut key for the XP Home Edition is on the label in the back of the computer. The current operating sytem is Window XP Media Center Edition version 2002 for which I do not have the software CD.
Hi, you can merge your E drive to your C drive. You just need to download a free hard disk partitioning software like AOMEI Partition Assistant. Step-by-step tutorial to follow: http://www.disk-partition.com/help/merge-partition.html
Posted on Feb 05, 2013
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