Acer computer made 2 harddisk, I want both combine into one.

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Drive c: is 75 gigs and drive d: is 75gigs also.. how do i combine it into one. or do i have to start all over and its a factory computer they gave me 3 cds to reformat so i guess the cds do it automatically.

also when i open my computer or control panel or anythinig like that like my ducoments...when i close it, it freezes..then i press the X button again and the end now window pops up and then closes and refreshes my whole desktop...i dont know why it does that. why would it not close properly? its just my computer and control panel and everything like that.. not firefox..
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What operating system?

If you have windows xp then you can convert both drives to "dynamic" disks and then combine them. Check out this link:

http://www.techexams.net/technotes/xp/storage.shtml

Look under the "extending volumes" heading, but this entire article explains the concept much better than I can.
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Are they twp separate hard drives or one hard drive broken into 2 partitions?

Some companies will do that and all you have to do is format the drive and reinstall your OS without using their disks.
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umm i dont have the xp cd... i only have the store cds.

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