Hard Drive Partition

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I have 40GB of available space of which is split 50% between C: and D: drive. I am using Windows XP home. The C: drive is almost at full capacity whereas the D: drive has 15GB free space. How can I repartition to add additional capacity to C: drive

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You need free partition manager like Aomei Partition Assistant Home. You can drag slider to shrink D: drive and pull slider to extend C: drive.

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  • Elmagoal
    Google Ultimate Boot CD,download and burn a CD. It conmes with a lot of utilities that may help you resize your machine. As it is free there are no guaranties!!! I would still make an image before trying anything.
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  • Mystar
    you can use software named pqmagic ,you can change the diskspace dynamically.
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  • Sudh2k
    Also, if you have not done so far, you can do "disk cleanup" on C drive which will get you 1 to 2 GB of disk space. Progams-> Accessories -> System Tools -> Disk Cleanup.
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