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pat2mat2003
post Feb 4 2018, 02:41 AM
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Hi UA!

Im not sure if I should ask this question here.

I have in my PC the foll drives.
Disc 0 basic where windows is installed. 2) disk 1 dynamic partioned into D: and F: with lots of free space in D & F. C drive is absolutely full.

Disc C: and Disc D are on different HDD.

Is it possible to increase the size of C with any kinf of third party software in such a scenario. any reply?

Pat


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GroverParkGeorge
post Feb 4 2018, 09:16 AM
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Yes, you should be able to manage the partition sizes using the built-in Windows tool for that purpose. I only have Windows 7 on a VM with a small HDD with a single drive partition, but it would be here:

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Be extremely careful and read through the documentation before you do it, of course.
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