Here is my partitions

I want to extend the volume in the C drive,but the arrangement is like in Disk 0 and Disk 1 which is why I can't add space from E, D or F.

But I want to add some volume from the partitions E, D or F and add it to C.

How can I do that ?

Is it even possible ?

I've search for some free tools like Mini Tool Partition Wizard but I can't achieve with that too.

Please help, as I'm trying to figure it out from last 2 days.

  • Not possible... – user931000 May 28 '19 at 13:17
  • It IS possible, but only with dynamic disks or storage spaces. But it does NOT appear it is an option for you nor would it be recommended in this use case probably. It would require using a form of RAID, making both drives part of one volume. – Appleoddity May 28 '19 at 13:34
  • How can I do that ? making both drives part of one volume ? @Appleoddity – mehmood khan May 28 '19 at 13:39
  • And I don't know why it is in form of Disk0 and Disk1 ? – mehmood khan May 28 '19 at 13:39
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    Then no offense, you are heading down a road that is likely to end in despair. It shows as disk 0 and disk 1 because you have two different disks in your computer! One is probably a 32Gb flash drive and then you have a 500GB HDD. – Appleoddity May 28 '19 at 13:42

You have more than enough unallocated space on disk 1 for installing Windows.

I suggest to disconnect Disk 0 while you are installing Windows from bootable media, connect Disk 1 instead (use the connector of disk 0), then install. Be careful to indicate to the installation the unallocated space as the location for the installation.

The current small disk can be connected in place of the current disk 1, although it is too small to be very useful.

Take good backups and plan to the case where some error will destroy useful data on disk 1 during the installation. Better be ready than sorry.

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