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10 Jul 2010  

Windows 7 x86 Ultimate

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Ztruker View Post
You may be able to use the Shrink volume capability of Disk Management that is built into Windows 7.

See here:

My opinion, 30GB is to small for a Windows 7 boot partition. Mine is 80GB and has about 32GB free at the moment but I'm very careful what I put there.
true, it might not be much. but aswell. i only need c partition, for drivers and random programs. D will be for music, movies, games, etc. so i basically dont need more than 30gb on c. since most programs wont use alot of spaces (of those im installing) ^^
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