Combining Local Storage Locations

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In the windows settings under storage I have an m.2 location with all files in it thats 844GB and 86.8GB free, I also have the same m.2 storage location but it has 930GB free. How can I combine the two together so i can only have one local storage location instead of two. Its the same m.2 but two different locations you could say (in the windows local storage not different locations on the motherboard) how can i combine them into one single file location. Thanks for any help.

- i also have a HDD (WD BLUE 7200RPM 64MB CACHE) thats like 0 out of 1tb of storage if that does anything
 

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How many physical drives do you have?
Please show us a screencap of your Disk Management window.
 

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OK, we're referring to Disk 1, the 2TB?

Those are 2 partitions on the same physical drive.
You should be able to Right Click on the C partition, and Extend it into that 931GB space to the right.

I strongly recommend a good backup of that drive before you do this, just in case.
 
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Ok, I currently had to leave my house to go out somewhere and when I get back I will try that and inform you on how that goes, thanks.
 

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Copy contents of D: to E: (1.37GB) ;
Delete partition D: ;
Extend C: to available free space (if you're asked to convert to dynamic disk, then stop immediately and click cancel).

 

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