|27 Dec 2011||#1|
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How to partition space in the middle?
I have a 320 GB hard disk. I had Windows 7 in drive C, Ubuntu in D and a NTFS partition in E.
I recently deleted my Ubuntu partition so now I have free space in between both the drives (C and E). I get an error while creating a new partition using "Disk Management'
"There is not enough space on the disk to complete this operation"
What should I do?
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