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Merging Hot Swap(SCSI) into Drive C: in Windows Server 2003

By bone ·
I'm new in handling Windows Server 2003 and i need help in expanding the storage of my Server.
My drive C:(SCSI) has 80GB space the problem is that now it only has 10Gb sapce left...
Is there a way on how to merge hot swap disk(300GB SCSI) into my drive C:(80GB SCSI). Is this possible or not?

Yes the server supports SCSI hotswappable.

The server is an xSeries 236.

Thanks..

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It maybe possible depending on the Hardware used in the Server

by OH Smeg In reply to Merging Hot Swap(SCSI) in ...

You really need to supply more information here before anyone can offer any advice however.

For example what type of HDD is currently being used as the C Drive and does the Server support Hot Swappable SCSI HDD's?

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