By default (every time I reformat the computer), I have the assigned drives C, D, and E. C and E are part of first physical drive, while D is a second physical drive. This is a problem, and you will see why. I have to reassign the letter paths and switch the assigned D and E so that now C and D make up the first physical drive and E is the second. After doing this, I can't expand the new D drive from the unallocated space coming from the first physical drive.
http://i.imgur.com/IwyFQ.png?1, this is after I switch the letter paths of D and E.
1. Why is it by default (every time I reformat the computer) that my second physical drive is D drive while my C and E drives are my first physical drive?
2. Why can't I extend the now D drive?
Thanks. This is urgent as I can't work on my computer when my now D drive is full and I can't expand it from the unallocated space.