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Question:

We have a Windows 2000/2003/2008 Advanced Server with Raid 1 and 3 drives on Raid 5 using an Adaptec 3200s Raid card. The C drive only has 500M left on it and the D: drive (data drive) has about 100G extra on it. I wanted to take about 20G from D: drive and give it to the C: drive. How to do?

Answer:

Server partition software - EaseUS Partition Master Server Edition will enable you to shrink the D: drive and extend the C: drive without data loss and ensuring the continuity of your work. You may learn more information here: Extend System Partition on Windows Server 2003.

Following is a step-by-step introduction of how to extend Windows Server system partition (C: drive) by shrinking other partition (E: drive):

1. Launch EaseUS Partition Master Server Edition.

Server partition manager software

2. Select partition E and click "Resize/Move partition". Shrink E: drive as the following picture showing.

Resize the data partition

3. Move E: drive rightwards to let the unallocated space behind the system partition (C: drive).

Move the data partition

4. Select the system partition (C: drive) and choose "Resize/Move partition". Extend system partition (C: drive) by draging the partition handle rightwards.

Extend system partition

5. Click Apply and within minutes the system partition is extended successfully.

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