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Windows 7: Change system partition?

25 Nov 2015   #61
stynes

Win7 Ultimate x64
 
 

I was exceeding max size. Error was internal server error 500 which wasn't helpful. See attached. Thanks!

Disk 0 is the new disk. Disk 1 is the old one. I think this was after doing the clean Win7 install. But I'm getting the same info whether with the restore or the new install.




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