Thank you for that. Unfortunately there is a "500MB Healthy (Recovery Partition) in between them". I have been told to Clone my drives but do I clone C into D ( smaller into larger) or the other way round??
Ive looked in the Disk Management and it is one drive with two partitions.
Healthy (EFI System Partition)
Windows (C) drive 150 GB NTFS Healthy (Boot, Page File, Crash Dump, Primary Partition)
Data (D) drive 1712.41 GB NTFS
Healthy (Primary Partition)
500 MB Healthy (Recovery Partition.)
Thanks for getting back to me. As far as I can see its one drive two partitions. Can I make the larger drive, "D" the default drive to save everything to instead of "C". If so how can I do that or will it save to the larger drive when drive "C" runs out of room??
I have just bought an ASUS desktop PC and find that there are two drives. One is the usual Windows "C" drive and the other is "D data" drive. My problem is that the "C" drive is very small and all my storage space is on the "D data" drive which has 2 TB. Everything seems to be saving to the...