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Windows 7: how to move my windows file into another drive??

20 Dec 2012   #1
hrigop

windows 7 proffesional 32bit
 
 
how to move my windows file into another drive??

I have 2 drives c and d in which i want to shift my windows files into drive
c but it shows ' Error 0x80070057: The parameter is incorrect.
Somebody please help me!!!


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20 Dec 2012   #2
AddRAM

Windows 7 Professional x64 Service Pack 1
 
 

Windows is already C:

Are you saying you want to put windows onto a completely different hard drive ?

You can`t just shift windows onto another drive. It has to be installed on it or imaged to it.
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20 Dec 2012   #3
Lovus

Ultimate 32bit
 
 

Windows system files can never be moved anywhere . Drive "C:\" stands for windows . If your problem is drive space you can adjust it instead . If you want to, use this Partition Wizard - HE
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20 Dec 2012   #4
hrigop

windows 7 proffesional 32bit
 
 

Thank you @lovus
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20 Dec 2012   #5
gregrocker

 

The cool new Extend feature on Partition Wizard can extend C by borrowing space from any other partition on the HD, even non-adjacent ones. How to extend partition easily with partition magic – Partition Wizard video help.
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