SBS 2003 Resize System Partition

Summary

This article will introduce a powerful and reliable partition software IM-Magic Partition Resizer Server, with which you can resize system partition on SBS 2003.

Andrew Wright

May 22, 2014

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SBS 2003 System Partition Resizer Download

Download IM-Magic Partition Resizer Server to resize system partition SBS 2003 pops up low disk space warning message. It is safe and reliable.

Resize System Partition SBS 2003

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SBS 2003 is a Server operating system, so you need to rely on a Server partition magic if you want to resize system partition on SBS 2003. IM-Magic Partition Resizer Server works as professional Server partition magic to help all Server users resize disk partition when it shows low disk space warning or when you feel the disk space is unreasonable. IM-Magic Partition Resizer Server can work effectively and safely on SBS 2003 to help resize system partition.


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Resize System Partition SBS 2003 Step by Step

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How to redistribute disk space in Windows Server 2003

Step 1:
Download, install and run IM-Magic Partition Resizer Server. Right click a partition that has large free disk space and choose "Resize/Move" option.

Step 2:
Move the arrow to shrink the selected partition to squeeze some free space. The free space will be shown as 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 the system partition and choose "Resize/Move" option.

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Right click c drive to get started with extending c

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Step 4:
Move the arrow to extend system partition and then click "Apply" button.

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Why Do You Need to Resize System Partition on SBS 2003?

The most possible reason that you want to resize system partition is that the partition is running on low disk space and you receive low disk space warning on this partition. As you know, System partition is different from other partitions because operating system is often installed on this partition. When Windows pops up low disk alert on system partition on Windows Server SBS 2003, your computer might run more and more slowly if you cannot free space on this drive. When you run into such kind of problem, you may complain why you didn’t allocate more space to system partition when installing and partitioning hard disk on your computer. It is understandable that you didn’t allocate enough disk space to system partition. However, in order to prevent your computer from suffering unexpected corruption due to low disk space on system partition, it is necessary to resize system partition.

SBS 2003 Extend System partition Safely and Efficiently

Disk cleanup may help you free some disk space on system partition when it is running out of disk space, but the only solution that can resolve the low disk space issue is to resize the disk partition and extend system partition on SBS 2003. IM-Magic Partition Resizer Server can help you resize system partition safely because it will not touch the disk data during partition resizing. In addition, IM-Magic Partition Resizer Server is also an efficient partition manager because it allows you to extend system partition without rebooting or repartitioning hard disk.

Where Is the Disk Space Going?

I don't know if you are one of them, but many people doubt about what is occupying the disk space on system partition. Below is a case from forum:

I have a hard disk which is divided into 3 partitions (C drive, D drive and E drive) on my Windows Server 2003. There are about 80GB capacities on D drive and E drive, while there are about 20GB capacities on System partition. I often like to install programs to D drive and save data like photos, videos, documents, etc to E drive. The operating system is installed on C drive. I have never saved any data to C drive, but recently C drive only has about 4GB free space left. I cannot understand what is occupying the space on C drive.

Operating system is installed on C drive, so we often consider C drive as system partition. Disk space, especially space on system partition can not only be taken up by data you write to this partition, but also system partition space can be occupied by some temporary files like Windows temporary files, Internet temporary files, cookies, Log files, system program files and more. Therefore, you may find that even you don't write data to a system partition, its free space becomes less and less day by day.

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