04-29-2008 02:33 PM
I'm a bit unclear on what exactly you'd like to do. I would recommend reviewing the Partition Magic manual, which is available for download here:
It has several different sections, including Merging Partitions which sounds like what you wish to do. Please let me know if you have any other questions. Thanks!
05-02-2008 08:32 PM
Let me try to explained again:
I have on my computer two hard disk of 40 gbs, one on primary position and the other on slave...My primary disk is almost full, so what I want is convert the second disk an a extension of the fist so can have a 80 gbs and I can continuing working with out of change those hard drives. My Question is who I can do this and what program I going to use.
05-03-2008 04:14 AM
I think I understand now what you want to do. I don't know of a program that will actually do what you want. The easiest way to accomplish this is just to let the second drive (D: or whatever) be a data disk (not a bootable disk) and put on it whatever you want. The only thing you cannot do is have a program that starts on the first disk continue on to the second disk. For example, a word processor like word.exe (say it is 200mb big) the first 110 MB is on the first disk and the last 90MB is on the second. You cannot split the exe file between the two disks. So long as the program will install, you are good to go. The data can be anywhere, the program doesn't care.
If everything must be on the C: drive you have no choice but to get a bigger drive and move everything to it. Ghost can do this. If you got a 250GB disk you could set it up as more than one partition if you wanted, but since the drive is so big, there might not be a need for you to do that.
If I didn't understand you exactly, I apologize, but there are just certian limitations to Windows.