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External Hard Drive Combined Partitions


tonyq

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I have a hard drive in an enclosure taken from an old PC. On the hard drive there are F and G partitions when conected to my Windows 7 laptop. I have formatted each partition. How do I combind the 2 partitions into one.

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SillBill

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You can get the FREE Partition Master Program from EASUS here > http://www.partition-tool.com/personal.htm

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chub_tor

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lotvic

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Delete the partitions, so then the whole drive will be 'unallocated' then create a partition using the whole of the drive.

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woodchip

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If running XP or above try using Windows Disc manager. Right Click My Computer/Manage/Disc Manager

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Fruit Bat /\0/\

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You have a good disk management system built into windows 7, use the link posted by chub_tor to learn how to use it to do what you want.

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tonyq

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Done. Thank you all.

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