Question What've I done wrong with changing my hdd boot disk?

Cowgoesmoo2

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I had a 256 GB SSD which I ran C drive off of, and I transferred it over to a 1TB NVME SSD.

Transferred my OS [Windows 10] onto the 1 TB SSD and had it in NTFS.
This is what it is right now.
https://ibb.co/GFJqhX3

I changed the boot to the NVME ssd from BIOS.
A moment ago, I converted my NVME ssd to dynamic because I saw that it was superior to simple. I forgot what other reason I did it for, but now the issue is that I realize I cannot expand my volume containing C:\... I can only shrink it and I can't add any gb to it anymore. Kind of a problem as the volume containing my C:\ is barely over 256 GB. And it looks like I cannot create any more space with my NVME ssd anymore. I can't create a simple, striped, or spanned volume with Dynamic Disk 2 that you see.

What do I do now? What did I do wrong?
 

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