Resize partitions

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Nov 10, 2008

Resize partitions by Satangel at 1:51 PM (712 Views / 0 Likes) 2 replies

  1. Satangel
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    I have Windows Vista Business 64bit, and I want to resize my partitions, without losing any data.

    I currently have 3 partitions, consisting of 3 harddrives.
    2 500 GB harddrives in RAID0 and 1 of 250 GB.

    OS and apps (C:)
    Total = 511 GB
    Space free = 351 GB

    Inferior (D:)
    Total = 232 GB
    Space free = 34.4 GB

    Most Used (E:)
    Total = 420 GB
    Space free = 150 GB

    I want to relocate around 250 GB from the C: partition to the E: partition. That is from the 2 HDD's in RAID0.

    Which program should I use? And is it perfectly safe? I really don't want anything to go wrong, I don't wanna lose any data.
     
  2. Devante

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    PartitionMagic or Acronis Disk Director both work equally well.

    You don't lose any data.

    Just install them and use them however you like.
     
  3. Satangel
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    I've succesfully resized my partitions, with Acronis Disk Director.
    You have to have the full version of the program, so buy/download the full version.
    The trail version won't work.

    Tnx for the help Devante!
     

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