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31 Mar 2012  

Windows 7 professional 32-bit

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by 1Bowtie View Post
It's because hdd manufacturer's count a gb as a 1000 mb's but in reality it is 1024 mb's so you lose alittle to overhead. Since you are extending C:/ to the unallocated space of 19.53 gb you are on the right track.
Tanx.. But it was an example to take screenshot.. I actually want to divide 19.53gb into 2halves and extend C: with 1half and A: drive with the other half.It is ok rite?
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