Posted: Tue Mar 04, 2008 5:18 am Post subject: how to partition in win 2003
hello everybody .. I've one thing want to know .. On my win 2003 server computer, there is two logical drives C & D .. C is system partition .. there are more free space on C .. so now I want to partition drive C ... how can I do?? any software?? please guide to me ..
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Posted: Wed Mar 05, 2008 8:57 pm Post subject:
+1 for Partition Magic. I've used this many times and have yet to have a machine die. ok, that means the next time I use it something will break but I'm still recommending the product!
I'd be wary about using gparted on a windows primary partition. I'm not a fan of using other OS's to modify a system drive of another but that might just be personal preference. I have tried gparted before and it didn't work out well for me. Fortunately the Knoppix livecd is a good distro and I managed to rectify things but I'll be sticking to Partition Magic in the future for this job.
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