Re-sizing the boot partion on Windows 2003 Server

By harvard ·
Is the a way to resize the boot partion of windows 2003 server (enterprise) with the install disk?

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by p.j.hutchison In reply to Re-sizing the boot partio ...

Yes, you can resize the boot disk, but it will mean losing all the data on the boot partition.

To resize and keep and data, use a program such as Paragon Partition Manager to do it.

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partition manager server

by chris In reply to Re-sizing the boot partio ...

if you can not deal with this by yourself, try EASEUS Partition manager server, resize your partition without losing data.

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install disk cannot resize partition

by power zhu In reply to Re-sizing the boot partio ...

you cannot resize any partition by install disk, in fact, you can only delete the partitions and recreate larger partition. So if you do this, you will loss all data.
But you can use third party SW to resize directly without data loss, you may check for detail operations.

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No installation CD, try Partition magic server

by longtail In reply to Re-sizing the boot partio ...

By installation CD, you need to delete the partition and recreate larger partition, of course, it will cause data loss.
Partition magic server could help resize Server partition without data loss, see this guide,

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Resize 2003 partition steps

by wwowsfine In reply to Re-sizing the boot partio ...

You could try to use Partition Assistant to resize a server 2003 partition.

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Without Formatting or Re-installation - Resize Boot Partition Windows 2003

by Techmakerz In reply to Re-sizing the boot partio ...

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resize partition

by cutefreeman In reply to Re-sizing the boot partio ...

Hi, you mean the boot partiiton or system partition? I believe the boot partition has no need to extend, sometimes people confuse these two concepts, so if you want to resize the partition of system, I suggest you to use the partition assistant server edition, here you can glance at this short tutorial, the powerful freeware can help you and also the others out.

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