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Resize dynamic system volume on Windows Server 2008


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tommy644

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Hi, my windows server 2008 doesn't run well.
This server has a HDDs (RAID 1) dynamic disk, but the size of C (system volume) is only 15 gigs (other partitions are over 100 gigs), and now my C: drive is only 500 mb free space left. How I can resize the C drive on dynamic disk without data lost?

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eric_april1982

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Before Windows Vista, you cannot resize dynamic disk directly, following operation is impossible.
How to resize dynamic volume indirectly or convert dynamic disk to basic without data loss? I also think about this question. I check it on google and I find an effective way on http://www.partition...ynamic-disk.htm
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Hanmei

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You can resize your dynamic volume if you get more information.
And you will find that are simple steps to finish this work.
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