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Windows 7: Extending Volume or Partitioning Problem

15 Jul 2012   #1

windows 7 Ultmate x 32bit
Extending Volume or Partitioning Problem

Extending Volume or Partitioning Problem
I have partitioned my hard disk into 3 partitions C, D and E now I face a problem of low disk space in C and I want to take the space from E which is to the right of C and not neighbor of C pleas help me how can I succeed this. I used procedures of extending the volume it is not possible since the space is not in D.

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15 Jul 2012   #2

Windows 7 x64 Professional SP1

Use this software to move, extend or even shrink your partitions around until you get the desired outcome.

Free Partition Wizard CD:-

Burn the iso into a CD using ImgBurn:-

The Official ImgBurn Website

Then, reboot your computer to the Partition Wizard CD you just burned and follow the instructions.

Hope that helps.
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