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Old 04-06-2020, 09:38 AM   #1
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My PC is very space limited with two pretty old SSDs.

I'm considering spanning a volume onto a another disk using Disk Management in Windows 10 Pro, having never done it before.

I'd be doing this so that I can install PC games that are larger than 100GB. Currently I can only install games of 65GB or less on C Drive.

My Current Setup: see attached image

I'll make sure to create a full system image of all volumes beforehand.

Can I created a spanned volume by extending the C Drive partition to D Drive while keeping the OS intact?

Any other tips for this? Thanks :D
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