Unable to merge unallocated space to D: disk

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PMrocks

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I was trying to make dual boot of kali linux with windows 10. So I created a 50GB partition for that and did the dual boot successfully. but after few months I removed Kali Linux and formatted the 50GB partition and made it as unallocated space. Now I'm trying to merge that 50GB space with main volume ( D: ) but unable to do it. It gives error message every time I try to do it. Please Help!!!DiskManager.jpgerror.JPG
 
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This can't be done with Disk Management, as they are non-contiguous partitions. Use GParted or other disk partitioning software to move the unallocated area next to D:, then resize D:
 

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Or, if you know that those two little partitions are not needed to boot you could delete them and then have slightly more unallocated space that is contiguous with the "D" partition.

How would you know? With the power disconnected disconnect Disk 0. Then reconnect power and if you can boot successfully you are good to go.
 
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