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Joet

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My ghost backup is for a 8gig hard drive, partition C. I am getting a new hard drive and want to want to increase the partition size for C to about 10 gig. Can I use my ghost backup (image file) and will I be able to use the extra 2 gig or will I get locked out of it? Anything special that I have to do?
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yes, you shouldn't have any issues. just remember that you can manually edit the info for drive size after you select destination drive. If it doesn't work then your left to partition magic as your only other option.
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How do you manually edit the info for drive size after I select destination drive? Would not the drive already be formatted and partitioned before I go and use ghost?

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