Moving Unallocated Disk Space to End of Disk Solved

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  1.    09 Jun 2018 #31

    With all that said I want to thank you dalchina for your patience and efforts to help me with this much appreciated!!

    I decided to go back to the Intel Site and read in more detail about the Optane Install certainly others have similar issues prepping for the is the support page on the Intel Site dealing with this Unsupported System Drive: Last Partition Unable to Resize Error

    Application Help guide
    AOMEI Partition Assistant* Help guide on how to shrink a partition (Case 2)
    IM-Magic Partition Resizer* Help guide on how to shrink a partition
    Macrorit Disk Partition Expert* Help guide on how to shrink a partition
    it references these free programs I selected the first one AOMEI Partition Assistant installed it and used the move partition option worked like a charm........see attached before and after shots......
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails AOMEI Before.png   AOMEI After Move.png   Windows Disk Manager After Move.png  
      My ComputerSystem Spec

  2.    09 Jun 2018 #32

    I'm not that computer savvy. However, I just assisted my Grandson to clone a 2TB Seagate FireCuda drive. His PC had Intel Optane OEM installed. When cloning his original drive using Macrium I noticed that the 16GB Optane partition was partition 3 and certainly not on the end. Am I missing something here? The cloned SSHD drive works well with incredible read/write speeds.
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