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Hard Drive Cloning Issue

metalisus

Recently I wanted to up my storage for mass media I only had a 300gb drive in but I had a 2tb drive free to use so using the program reflect I cloned my 300gb drive onto the 2tb drive because I wanted to keep all the data on it but since I cloned it the drive it will only allow me to use 300gb of it how can I bypass this clone feature or will I have to delete everything and clone it a different way? In the picture you can see the drive and it shows the extra 1.5 ish tb's that I can't access for some reason

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Recently I wanted to up my storage for mass media I only had a 300gb drive in but I had a 2tb drive free to use so using the program reflect I cloned my 300gb drive onto the 2tb drive because I wanted to keep all the data on it but since I cloned it the drive it will only allow me to use 300gb of it how can I bypass this clone feature or will I have to delete everything and clone it a different way? In the picture you can see the drive and it shows the extra 1.5 ish tb's that I can't access for some reason

 

Do you have a separate storage for your OS and applications? If you have a separate drive for OS and applications you don't need to clone your media drive.  Just copy paste things over.

 

As for the partition.

Go into Computer management > Disk management and extend the partition.

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