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  • Expansion of HDD partition in windows7

    My HDD in Acer Lap top has 2 partitions (drive D: 10gb for data and drive c: 102 gb system partition on which windows 7 professional is installed).
    I want to "shrink" C: drive size and I checked from "disk management" that I can reduce it by 20gb. The space unaoocated I can get of 20gb.
    Now my concern are :
    a) whether I can add this 20gb unallocated space in my D: drive to make it total of 30gb by "Expanding" ?
    b) On the HDD, the space of 20gb so created from c: drive may not be side by side of the original 10gb space of d: drive, so will the expanded D: drive will work or it all becomes waist and I will not be able to use the space or even d: druve?

    I need advice from expert jn the line.I will be highly oblidged if I get favourable solution of my problem.

    Thanks
    veu6

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    Re: Expansion of HDD partition in windows7

    Check out this How To on YouTube:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=utUvkgKAtKU
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    • #3
      Re: Expansion of HDD partition in windows7

      AFAIK, the unallocated space has to be adjacent to the volume that you want to expand so It doesn't sound like you'll be able to expand the D: volume.

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      • #4
        Re: Expansion of HDD partition in windows7

        [QUOTE=Blood;273348]Check out this How To on YouTube:

        Thanks.... Blood and Joe

        It solved my prob in totality

        vedu6

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