Extend Server 2003 System Partition

Summary

This tutorial provides the solution for system partition low disk space problem on Windows Server 2003. It is free from any risk and 100% reliable.

Andrew Wright

Feb 22, 2014

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Server 2003 System Partition Resizer Download

Download IM-Magic Partition Resizer Server and extend system partition with help of the step-by-step guide below so as to solve low disk space issue.

IM-Magic Partition Resizer Server for System Partition Resizing in Server 2003

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IM-Magic Partition Resizer is the best partition magic for system partition resizing on Server 2003, SBS 2003 without any data loss. This partition software has the function of extending disk partition, shrinking disk partition and moving disk partition. It supports both FAT and NTFS partitions. Without rebooting your PC or moving any data, IM-Magic Partition Resizer Server is able to help with partition resizing fast and effectively.

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How to Extend System Partition on Server 2003?

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How to redistribute disk space in Windows Server 2003

Step 1:
Free download, install and start IM-Magic Partition Resizer Server on computer. Right click an existing data partition that has lots of free space and go to "Resize/Move" option.

Step 2:
Shrink the selected partition, and you will see a free disk space, which is shown as an unallocated volume.

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Shrink other large partition to produce free space for C drive

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Step 3:
 Move the unallocated volume close to system partition. Right click system partition and go to "Resize/Move" option.

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Right click c drive to get started with extending c

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Step 4:
Extend the system partition and then click "Apply" button.

Download IM-Magic Partition Resizer Server Edition

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Need Help for Lacking Free Space on Server System Partition?

Many PC users are home users who often install Windows XP or Windows 7/8 operating system on their computer, while business company often like to install Windows Server like Server 2003 OS on PC because it has a better performance and functions. However, users who have never installed a Server OS may face a lot of problem when using Server 2003, among which low disk space problem on system partition is the most common one.


In fact, you can also meet the same problem on Windows 7/8 or Windows XP PC when system partition is insufficient. The only chance to solve low disk space problem on system partition is to extend the size of the partition. However, on a Server 2003 PC, you cannot extend a system partition by using Disk Management or Diskpart command. Therefore, you need a professional partition tool to extend the system partition.

Why IM-Magic Partition Resizer Server?

1. Allocate an unallocated volume by using IM-Magic Partition Resizer Server
A useful and safe solution for system partition low disk space problem is to extend system partition. However, free disk space is always required in order to extend system partition. IM-Magic Partition Resizer Server enables you to shrink a partition that has enough free space. Thus, the free space produced by shrinking the partition will be shown as an unallocated volume.


2. Move unallocated volume close to system partition
When you shrink a partition, the free space will be located close to the partition. However, if you want to allocate the free space to system partition, the free space should be close to the system partition. At this time, IM-Magic Partition Resizer Server helps you move the free space close to system partition easily.


3. Extend system partition efficiently
When you successfully move the free space close to system partition, you can extend the size of the partition quite easy. Once you click "Apply" button, the partition resizing will be executed effectively in a short time. It won’t reboot your computer, but it can extend the system partition without touching data stored on the partition.

This free partition software also enables you to extend C drive in Windows 2003 R2 VMware and all other Windows Servers.

100% Risk-free for Server 2003, SBS 2003

IM-Magic Partition Resizer Server is compatible with almost all Server computers including Server 2003, SBS 2003, Server 2008, etc. It supports all brands of hard disk drives. The software is 100% clean, which doesn’t contain any spyware or virus. You can easily download the software and install it on your computer, which only occupy a little resource. If you don’t want to use it anymore, you can easily uninstall it from your computer.

User Review on IM-Magic Partition Resizer Server

As the best partition resizer software, IM-Magic Partition Resizer Server has a good reputation among its users. Below are some users’ reviews.


1. This easy-to-use partition software works perfectly on my Windows 2003 to help with C drive extending. When I launch the software, it can display all local drives on its interface along with each partition’s used space, so I can know clearly which partition has the most enough free space. This is the best partition resizer software and I will introduce it to my friends.


2. IM-Magic Partition Resizer Server has a clean and simple interface. It doesn’t require any professional skill. I find that I extend the system partition only by performing a few mouse clicks. Besides, when I download the software, it doesn’t contain any spyware. I don’t need to worry that it will eat up the free space on system drive.


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