1. Balaji Balagurusami's Avatar
    I purchased a laptop with 256 GB SSD and 1 TB Hard Drive. The free space in C: is nearly full after I installed a couple of heavy programs. Now traditionally I would extend the system partition C: in Disk Management under Device Management. But I can not do it currenty. Is it because the two are separate physical Hard drives?

    What Can I do now to have more space in C:
    10-03-2016 09:23 AM
  2. Conan143's Avatar
    I'm afraid you can't.
    Either partition the 1TB drive and use solely for programs or install programs on the 1TB drive directly without any partitioning.
    10-03-2016 09:28 AM
  3. themad95's Avatar
    No, you cannot.
    10-03-2016 10:28 AM
  4. PGrey's Avatar
    Or upgrade to a 512GB drive, the Crucial 512s have gotten pretty darn reasonable. I upgraded a friend's PC not too long ago, and the cost between the 256-512 was negligible, so we went with the 512, even though they had only used about half of their 256 platter-drive.

    As long as you upgrade single-components, at a t time, Windows Protection won't throw an error, you just image it over and restart with the new drive.
    10-03-2016 12:35 PM

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