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  • Windows 2003 ntfs bootable dsks

    I am attempting to extend a system volume on a Windows 2003 Server SP 2. I used the Diskpart utility but it does not let me extend a system volume. I found an article discussing the fact that I can boot using an NTFS boot disk. My problem is that my server does not have a floppy drive.
    My questions is : Is it possible to create an NTFS bootable CD? If so, how can I create one? Thanks in advance!

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    Re: Windows 2003 ntfs bootable dsks

    http://www.google.co.uk/search?hl=en...meta=&aq=f&oq=

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    Tom Jones
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      Re: Windows 2003 ntfs bootable dsks

      Hello,

      You can use a small utility called extpart from dell. It's a nice utility to expand your boot volume and the steps are quite easy enough to follow. All you need to do is download "Extpart" (.exe) from dell website and launch it once you assign unallocated space to the volume.

      To download extpart go to the following link -------

      http://support.dell.com/support/down...2&fileid=83929

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