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Samsung 10 GB HDD repartitioning

By davidfranks78 ·
Hi,

When I purchased the HDD way back in 2000, I didn't have any tools for partitioning the drive. It automatically allocated some space to C and the rest to D.
Now I need to increase the C partition with losing the data. Is there any tool for this?
Thanks in advance

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by davidfranks78 In reply to Samsung 10 GB HDD reparti ...

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by kaecy5 In reply to Samsung 10 GB HDD reparti ...

yea i just did that i have a 12 gb hard disk i needed to partition without losing any data wat i used was partition magic. u can download the trial version and see howit works b4 buying but the trial wont partition it it will just show u . and i used it i didnot loose any data and evey thing is ok
take care

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by davidfranks78 In reply to

I was looking for some freeware. Thanks anyway

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by RCOM In reply to Samsung 10 GB HDD reparti ...

Freeware partition manager

http://www.ranish.com/part/

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by davidfranks78 In reply to

Thanks RCOM. I will look up the site from my home and get back

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by glyall In reply to Samsung 10 GB HDD reparti ...

also look at this site
a lot of different partitioning programs to look at
some are free and others cost

http://lists.gpick.net/pages/System_Partitioning.htm

Good Luck

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by davidfranks78 In reply to

Thanks Glyall. I will look up the site from my home and get back

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Free Partition Assistant for repartitioning HDD

by sliesw In reply to Samsung 10 GB HDD reparti ...

There is a free repartition software, Partition Assistant Home Edition, you could download here: http://www.extend-partition.com/free-partition-manager.html

It can increase the C: drive size without losing data.

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