I have a 160 GB hard disk installed on my PC with Windows Server 2003 operating system. The problem is that teh system partition is running on low disk space, so I want to look for a way to extend the system partition.
May I resize hard drive partition on Windows Server 2003? I have more than 50GB free space on E drive, but the C drive is nearly full. I am wondering if I can move the 50GB free space to C drive so that I can extend the C drive space.
I have a 500GB Western Digital hard disk on my PC, but there is only 30GB space on C drive when dividing the hard disk. Now, C drive space has been eaten up and Windows frequently pops up low disk spacee warning. How can I resolve the problem?
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My Seagate hard disk has been partitioned into three partitions on my Windows Server 2003. Now, I want to move some free space from C drive to D drive. I tried run DIskpart command, but it faild. Is there any other solution?
I need a Western Digital Windows Server 2003 partition software, because I am running out of disk space on Western Digital hard disk. Can you give me some suggestion?
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Sometimes, you may reformat the disk partition to free up disk space, but data will get lost after reformatting. In fact, you don't need to reformat partition. Instead, you just need a third-party partiton manager to resize the hard disk.
On Windows Server 2003, you can resize NTFS partition by running Diskpart command, but you should ensure that the partition is data volume. In addition, you need to ensure that unallocated space is right behind the NTFS partition you want to extend.
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