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Hello.
I was wondering, why won't Windows let me merge two spaces marked as Unallocated?



Shouldn't those two unallocated parts be just a big one? Any help of how to merge them would be appreciated, thank you.
 

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You can't merge then with each other because there's another partition between them.
 

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Originally Posted by Phenomz View Post

Hello.
I was wondering, why won't Windows let me merge two spaces marked as Unallocated?
As billbartuska said.

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Originally Posted by Phenomz View Post



Shouldn't those two unallocated parts be just a big one? Any help of how to merge them would be appreciated, thank you.
  1. Now is your chance to extend (or shrink) D: to the size that you really want (or leave it alone if you actually like it as it is).
  2. Create a new partition in the space between D: and F:.
  3. Move the files from F: to the new partition you just created.
  4. Delete the F: partition.
  5. Create a partition in the free space of the drive, which will now be combined at the end.
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There you go! Really helpful, thanks to you both, got the "issue" solved.
 

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We knew you could do it!
 
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