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Windows 7: can't extend primary partition (Disk C)

18 Jul 2015   #11
rslruiz

Windows 7 Enterprise 32bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by gregrocker View Post
If this doesn't work use free Partition Wizard which will Resize into any empty space whether (Primary) Unallocated or (Logical) Free Space. Rightclick C to Resize, slide right grey border all the way to the right, OK, Apply.
Minitool Partition Wizard rocks! I was able to extend my boot drive. Thanks for the help gregrocker.


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24 Aug 2015   #12
strunberg

win seven ultimate x64
 
 

This thread helped me out.
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10 Oct 2015   #13
p04sin

windows 7 ultimate sp1 64bit,8 Pro 64bit,8.1 Pro 64bit
 
 

See the screenshot 1st.I've 3 partitions(i.e. C: primary,D: logical,E: logical)I need to know the following ans. :

1.From c: Drive(97GB),I want to cut 30GB by shrinking the volume & extend the 30 GB from c: drive to the E: drive.But by the disk management & also by the partition manager tool like EaseUs pro,I can't extend the 30GB to E: drive.please help me.

2.In the C: drive I have the os & it is a primary partition.E: & D: drives are logical.I install all the games in D: drive.Is it necessary to have a primary partition to the rest D: & E: drive?

I've HP R-033tx Laptop.It has the 466GB hDD of TOSHIBA.OS is 8.1pro 64bit.


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