Only deleting the other partitions!
nabaski For the very little space and neatness you gain by trying to merge those two partitions, you risk more headaches for yourself than pressing that intel merge popup that started this whole thread --- now into 5 pages long! Don't do it. It's not worth the risk. Jack E/NJ
The problem is that the partitions created by windows will prevent you from extending the partitions!
Then the issue most likely is that the recovery partition is between them. Anyway, 1, 2 or 5 volumes it doesn't really matter as long as it is using all the space
This command will delete the recovery partition @egydiocoelho.
@nabaski use Easeus partiton master delete both hdd partitons and create a new one using all the free space most of the times windows itself will not let you do it u need 3rd party software and i never use windows to create,extend,move or shrink partitions never worked properly for me and never will its too buggy and you can also check if the recovery partiton it's still in the ssd if its on the hdd (which is weird but due to the raid i dunno) if not damaged u might be able to clone it into the ssd probably its a case of you try it and see what easeus shows up in you drives
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