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Windows 7: Unable to Format a free partition space in WIN 7...

31 Jan 2010   #21

I got the answer

hey ! Free space part cant be partitioned into logic drive.....
I got same problem on 18/1/2010.........I searched the whole net..........but no answers to this prob only there were questions.............
Then I searched Partitioning tool in the Google..........And I got the software
There were many but this one worked for me(about other I dont know). Its free too ...
Name of software is " EASEUS Partition Master 5.0.1 Home Edition " .

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31 Jan 2010   #22


The Free Space is an extension of the D: data logical partition and cannot be deleted without also deleting D partition.

You can extend D: back into free space, or move the data off of D then delete D to create two new logical (for data) partitions in place of what you have.

What I would do using free Partition Wizard Bootable CD is move the data off D: delete it, then rightclick>Resize your C:Win7 partition by sliding the left border all the way over to the left side of the HD, then slide the right border to the left to make room for a new logical data partition(s) to the right of the resized C: partition.

This way you have the OS in the preferred lower lefthand address and the data to it's right in a new logical data partition.

Be sure to back up your data and a Win7 Backup Image externally as Resizing operations can fail.
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31 Jan 2010   #23

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

I use EASEUS Partition master its free.

hasn't failed me yet.
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31 Jan 2010   #24

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Vista x64 / 7 X64

Easeus is a good app.

The free one is only for 32 bit.
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