Provided that a) the two volumes are contiguous (ie: next to each other) and
b) that E: is not your recovery volume, then all you need do is run disk
manager (diskmgmt.msc) and remove the E: volume. Then expand C: to encompass
the resulting free (unallocated) space. If they are not contiguous, then you
will need third party software to manipulate them so that they are. You can
only expand a volume into free space that is immediately after it, not in
front of it.
Best of Luck,
Rick Rogers, aka "Nutcase" - Microsoft MVP http://mvp.support.microsoft.com/
Windows help - www.rickrogers.org
My thoughts http://rick-mvp.blogspot.com
"Steve Hall" <stevehall1@xxxxxx> wrote in message
>I have a Toshiba laptop and it has come with a single 120Gb hard disk.
>However it is partitioned into a C drive and an E drive split 50:50. I
>don't really need to have two seperate areas in this way and would like to
>combine them together to have a single logical drive on the laptop. Can I
>do this from within Windows Vista that is installed on the laptop?