Solved Move Unallocated Space to Another Drive

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No that's not possible. Disk 0 and Disk 1 are two different drives. You can add that 97+gb back into Disk 0 but you might have to reformat.
 

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You can either make a new partition using the unallocated space or add it to the existing D partition
 
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