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Windows 7: Extend Volume on C: Drive grayed out, can't extend volume.

27 Apr 2016   #11

windows 7 Home 64 bit

You can only extend the volume adding adjacent unallocated space.

See "Method Two" in the first tutorial Partition or Volume - Extend

You can also do it by third-party software like EaseUS Partition Master.

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 Extend Volume on C: Drive grayed out, can't extend volume.

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