Vista Partition Problem

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  1. scsfdev

    scsfdev New Member

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    Hello guys...

    I use Dell Notebook with Vista Home Premium. I have 250 GB of HDD and i just recently shrink C: drive from (220 GB) to (180 GB) but i can't carry on after shrink. It said "There is no enough space available on the disk(s) to complete this operation" or something like that.
    I can see the newly shrink 40GB partition in Disk Management but i can't do nothing neither delete or format it. It just stay at there useless.
    My problem is can i restore my C: drive back to 220 GB or can i format this 40 GB and use it?
    Because 220 GB is a little extra big for C: drive(OS). I mainly use other drive for my personal files like D: or E: for music, photos, etc.. but when i bought this laptop, it came with 3 or 4 partitions (i'm not sure) with small size only C: have 220 GB. That's why i shrink the C: drive to get the space i need.

    (i'm a beginner in this forum and my english is not good too. So, if found some mistake, pls forgive me.)
     
  2. Celestra

    Celestra Former Moderator

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  3. scsfdev

    scsfdev New Member

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    Thanks Celestra....
    I will try it when i get home. now i'm at office :)
     

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