Asus g73s combining two hard drives Tags: Hard Drives Asus Laptops Disk Management Command Prompt Storage Last response: May 4, 2011 4:17 PM in Storage Share JJGNX87JJX87 April 30, 2011 11:41:04 PM Hello, I have a ASUS G73s laptop with a 500GB harddrive.It is partitioned into C and D.I tried to combine them into one but the delet command is not highlightable in disk management.Please help More about : asus g73s combining hard drives house70 a b D Laptop a b G Storage May 4, 2011 2:30:18 PM you could use a third-party partitioning program, like g-parted, Partition commander, Partition magic or others. m 0 l jsrudd a b G Storage May 4, 2011 4:17:05 PM Why do you want to do this? There are very good reasons for having two partitions on the drive. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedCombining two hard drives Forum Combining two hard drives to read as one Forum Combine two hard drives Forum How to combine two hard drives Forum How to combine two hard drives Forum How do I combine two Hard Drives to become one drive? Forum SolvedCombining hard drives advice Forum Solvedcombining two logical drive to one drive Forum ASUS P6T Two Hard Drives Forum Combining two logical drives to one physical drive. Forum SolvedCombining two (slightly) different drive models for RAID 5 Forum SolvedCan I lock two hard drives out of eachother? Forum SolvedIf i RAID two hard drives on one computer will they still be in RAID on a second? Forum Combining Hard Drives Forum SolvedTwo operating systems on two different hard drives Forum Solvedneed to access two old hard drives Forum Is it possible to combine two physical hard drive with different storage Forum SolvedHi guys i want to run two sata hard drives in my pc is there anything i need to purchase e.g cables and how do i do it Forum Combining 2 hard drives on a server Forum Combining 2 hard drives into one Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !