Quote: Originally Posted by pbcopter
The only way I know to do it is with a third party partition manager.
I like this idea, better than BFK's, simply because I dislike messing with the command prompt, but I may have to do it anyway. I have a license for Acronis DDS 11, but never installed it on the computer where it is needed. So I tried to do so, but on the first try, it popped an error, saying that it wasn't designed for that OS, which is not true, because I'm running it on Windows 7 on this computer.
On the second attempt to install it, it didn't pop that error, but when I entered the serial and went to the next window, it asked for the serial for the "old" version, but there is not, nor has there even been a previous version installed on that machine.
I posted a question about this on the Acronis forum, but from past experience, I don't expect a response soon enough to deal with this problem.
The only other disk management program that I have is Paragon, but the first and last time that I tried to used that, it messed things up, so I shall not try that again.
It appears that, like it or not, I'm going to have to use BFK's suggestion, unless someone understands what is happening with DDS 11?