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how to unpartition C and D drive

Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by chinchye, Aug 1, 2006.

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  1. chinchye

    chinchye Thread Starter

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    Hi,
    I am using windowsME.
    My c drive was partitioned to C and D drive (I cant remember what method I used) many years ago.

    How do I unpartition. Will I lost data if I unpartition.

    Thanks
     
  2. Rache

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    The only way to change partitions with no data loss is with a prog like Partition Magic. Otherwise you'll have to fdisk (and lose data) http://fdisk.radified.com/
     
  3. sockey99

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    Do you just want to, or do you need to for some reason?Partition Magic cost about $50.
    Fdisk will let you delete both C and D partitions and then create one full disk size C.
    The problem is that after Fdisk you MUST reformat the drive, which erases all data on the disk. Partition Magic does the same thing but non-destructively. Back-up anyway.
     
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