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Solved: Need to combine three partitions into one

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  1. Panzer4

    Panzer4 Thread Starter

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    My HD is divided into a number of separate partitions/ virtual drives and I need to combine three of them into one to have a comfortably large partition/ virtual drive on which to install the game Oblivion along with a large number of mods. I had intended to use my XP installation disk to do it, but when I started it I received the message that I could not continue without deleting my current install of XP because it is a newer version (SP3) than the one on the disc (SP2). I had completely forgotten about that, and have no desire to reinstall XP just to delete a couple of partitions. I'm sure there is a tool to accomplish what I want to do, but I don't know what it might be, so if someone would point me in the right direction I'd appreciate it. Thanks.
     
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  3. Panzer4

    Panzer4 Thread Starter

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    Great app. It worked like a charm. Many thanks.
     
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    You are welcome.
     
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