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Windows 7: hard disc showing less capacity then accepted. #HBCD

02 Jun 2012   #1

windows 7 Ultimate x32
 
 
hard disc showing less capacity then accepted. #HBCD

K.. so i got this problem for the the first time..

I had 2 partitions of my 500 GB Hard disc (408gb + 60Gb)

in the 60 gb one. i installed ubuntu os couple of months back, and today i formated that partition, using HBCD.

i formated that partition and deleted it and then i expanded my 408 gb partition to 468 gb. using some tool form the HBCD.

now, when i started the windows, it is showing 408 gb capacity. I might have gone to the option of repeating the steps to merge the free space with the 408 Gb partition, but when i see the dis manager, it is showing me that the merging is successful.. I'm confused..
Please does any one have any idea what went wrong...???
I'm attaching a snapshot to make things much clearer...

P.S. : I was trying to do this With HBCD for the first time...



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