Original config of Poweredge T110 was a 250GB SATA. This was 40GB C:\ and rest D:. It only has 9% free, so, I decided to just put a 2TB drive in, and make it D:\ instead. So I extended my drive yesterday by putting a 2TB drive in, copied the data to the new 2TB drive, changed the letter from original D to Y, created the new D: with the new 2TB drive, and extended the original drive so that C: now has 100GB instead of 40GB.
However, funny thing is this:
When I look in Disk Management it shows the that D: has 2 separate partitions on Disk1
DATAPART1 (D:) 229.77 GB NTFS
DATAPART1 (D:) 1590.19 GB NTFS
Look in 'My Computer' the D: is 1.77 TB
I am just wondering why Disk Management shows this as 2 different partitions, and why I am not able to join them into 1. I am sure that this will not hurt saving data, but it just looks ugly when viewed.
Is there a way to join them into 1 in Disk Management for Server 2008 R2?