|27 Mar 2012||#2|
Use free Partition Wizard bootable CD to rightclick Recovery to Delete, click OK.
Then right click C to Resize, drag left partition border to the left to take up the deleted space, click OK, Apply all steps.
Back up your files and make a System Repair Disc - Create first as there is a slight risk when resizing on the boot sector to lose WIn7 boot, in which case you would run Startup Repair a few times to repair the System boot files on the Active partition.
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|27 Mar 2012||#6|
Why would you proceed using the Home Edition when I told you that the only safe way to do this is using the PW CD?
If it deleted the partition it should show as Unallocated space so you can Resize C to the left to take it up. Try that now with PW CD, click OK and Apply.
However if you already have Applied the REsize operation on C you cannot now interrupt it until it is finished. If it is only cued up to Apply then you can Undo it.
Then reboot into the PW CD to do the Resize which is the only risky operation here.
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