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Partitions must be contiguous. As you have another partition in between, you cannot extend C: to that free space.
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What you need to do is following. Delete the 52 GiB logical drive. Delete the underlying extended partition. Move the 450 MiB partition to the end of the available disk space. Extend the 88 GiB volume to whatever length you need. Note! In order to complete step 3 you will have to use another tool, because Disk Manager in Windows doesn't understand what ...
"The "Extend Volume" option is grayed out by using Disk Management in Windows 7. the reason is that there is another volume between system volume and unallocated space. What's more, there is no option for moving volume." This limitation applies to W8 and W10 as well. Source
The only way I could manage to do this is: PsExec.exe \\192.168.0.106 -u 123 -p 123 -d shutdown /f /s /t 0 External tool from SysInternals. User-password combo on the target PC Shutdown.exe shell command.
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