|15 Jan 2012||#1|
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SSD upgrade - 14GB unallocated space question
I'm running Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit with all updates.
On a Compaq Presario CQ61, dual core, 2.2Ghz, 4GB Ram.
I have recently upgarded my primary disk to a Corsair 120GB SSD drive.
I have only my operating system and applications on the SSD drive.
My documents and media files are on a 10,000 rpm 320gb HDD in the place of the DVD drive.
I also have a 500GB HDD USB drive for backups.
I now have my DVD drive setup as an external USB drive.
I notice that my 120 GB SSD drive has been setup with only 97.66 GB for the primary partition.
There is 14.33 GB of unallocated space which I would like to be available to me.
Am I going to cause myself any problems if I use a partition manager to extend the primary partition.
Seeing that I am using SSD for the first time I'm a bit nervous!
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