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Solved: combining partitions

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by tedged, Nov 30, 2011.

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    Hi. I have a Dell Vostro 1500 running xp with sp3. I have two partitions I'd like to merge and I have downloaded the free copy of easeus but I'm not good with this stuff. This is what the info looks like when I run easeus:

    D: NTFS 229.02 (size) 15.32 (used) 213.71 (unused) status (system) type (primary)
    C: NTFS 3.78 (size) 2.58 1.2 (unused) status (none) type (primary)

    I got this laptop today and it's been an adventure trying to fix the issues with it. The wifi adapter didn't seem to work and the audio doesn't show. I did a full reinstall of xp but did it on D, which maybe was a mistake. I have all the updates from microsoft available now. I have the wifi adapter showing after finally finding a driver link. I can't get it to acquire the IP address and the audio codec shows a ! in device mgr. I've tried lots of advice in the cmd prompt. I noticed in cmd prompt the default is D. I just changed the C to primary also with easeus. I'm basically tinkering a little and lost. I was thinking if I could merge them both to C all the data will be together and then I can work on the audio and wifi issues better. Any help is greatly appreciated and I can put up any more info needed.
     
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    I was able to fix this.
     
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