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Combine M.2 with 4tb hdd

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hello i have a samsung 500gb m.2 960 evo and a 4tb hdd and awhile ago i wanted to combine them but at the time you couldn't if it was above 2tb all up when you used storemi but recently i was reading and people were doing it with 4tb hdds and all and i was wanting to do that. My m.2 is my primary drive with windows on it and so i want to combine them without formatting the 4tb hdd but i don't mind formatting my m.2,if there is any program that i have to use or anything or even how to do it using storemi i don't mind just as long as i can combine it i'll be laughing thanks.




gtx 1060 6gb

corsair vengence 8x4 ddr4 2666mhz ram

asus prime x470-pro motherboard 

ryzen 7 2700x 8 core

4tb hdd

samsung 500gb 960evo m.2 

rm1000x 1000watt psu


hope that helps ❤️

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I've never heard of this workaround with storemi, but I think you can pay for more storage to be combined though. 

But then again, why would you be using storemi? A lot of people advise not using it since it's risky as hell and you might lose your data... 

Motherboard: MSI B450m Bazooka Plus

Processor: Ryzen 3 2200g w/ Wraith Stealth Cooler (3900 OC)

RAM: DELTA TUF Gaming Alliance RGB 3200mhz 8gb x2(3333mhz OC)

GPU: GeForce GTX 1060 6GB

PSU: FSP Aurum 92+ 650W

Case: Tecware Nexus M + 3 fans

Storage: Seagate BarraCuda 250GB, Western Digital WD Green 1TB, Crucial BX500 480GB

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I have only heard that it is really good i didn't relise about lose of data n all i remember i use to have it then i stuffed it up, If you do it and it works correctly can it stuff up randomly? And if not storemi is there any other programs that are better or so?

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