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coreyzat

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I have my core files on a 10GB partition of 160GB total hard drive space (RAID 0 configuration), but that area is growing low on space. I'd like to move some of the free space from one of the other partitions to expand the C: partition. Is there a way to do this without purchasing partition management software?

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perhaps try looking @ these partition utilities @ download.com-->http://www.download....tition&tag=srch
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All the decent programs in that list (ones that would do what I need) have a trial version that doesn't actually make any permanent changes (i.e. Partition manager, ACronis, etc). I was hoping to not have to pay to do this little thing since I just bought my first home and money's a bit tight.
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