4TB SSD HDD

clives

New Member
Greetings,

I have a Samsung 4TB SSD Drive.

It is shown as 2TB allocated and 2 TB unallocated (free).
I want a single drive/partition of 3.9TB.

I have looked at disk manager, but cannot see how to add the majority of the "free" partition to the 1.9TB allocated??

I have also viewed diskpart, but cannot merge the two partitions into one??

Any suggestions?

Thanks
Clive

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Mike

Windows Forum Admin
Staff member
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Right click on the bottom 2048.00GB partition and you should see an option to Extend the volume. If not, you can try a third party partition utility.
 

Neemobeer

Application and Cloud Security Engineer
Staff member
It if doesn't give you the option to extend I would wager it's using the MBR partition scheme. It will need to be changed to GPT since MBR has a 2TB partition size limit.
 

clives

New Member
Greetings,

The drive is MBR format.
I selected the Drive, but the convert from MBR to GPT format is greyed out??
 

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Mirerex

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If the standard Windows tools do not cope with the task of partitioning or merging a disk partition, then it is better to use third-party software. In this regard, the Partition Recovery program has proven itself very well. She can easily cope with such a task.
 
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