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Windows Vista partition will not resize using normal tools. Any advice?

Windows Vista partition will not resize using normal tools. Any advice?

I have a 120GB hard drive split into two partitions (C and D). Windows Vista is installed on the C partition with most of my files on D.

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Guest [Entry]

"I would take a look at Gparted.

Gparted allows you to rearrange, shrink, grow and do many ""funky"" things with hard drives.

It may not work if you have a special setup or use Bitlocker/Full Drive encryption."
Guest [Entry]

Windows Vista has the ability to shrink and expand partition in disk management, but there must be unallocated space clinging to the partition which you want to expand. If there is no unallocated space clinging to the partition which you want to expand, how to expand this partition with this unallocated space? A thirty party tool is a best choice, easeus partition master is free for windows home users, the detailed method, please visit: http://www.partition-tool.com/resource/partition-magic-vista.htm