Add more space to C partition without reinstalling windows ? Solved

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    NavyLCDR said: View Post
    Which method did you use?
    Your method with minitool. Its easy and fast. Its fine so far, i hope i dont get any problem later. Anyway, Thanks.
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    It's easy with a GUI: Minitool has Help, and articles on its site. There are videos on Youtube. Suggest you consider looking at these to gain confidence.

    With Minitool, you basically slide things on the GUI. You can read the help - the program does come with help.
    Drag and slide the left boundary of D to the right.
    Drag and slide the right boundary of C to the right.
    Click Apply

    I think you've done it anyway.

    Disk Imaging
    Always best before making critical changes to make sure you have a current disk image before making the change.

    Now you've made the change, consolidate things by creating a new base disk image. (E.g. Macrium reflect (free) )
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    NavyLCDR said: View Post
    It's a whole lot easier in MiniTool. Right click on C: drive, select the Extend option. The next window will ask where you want to take the space from and how much space. Then click Apply.

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    And by the way. Can i use this method in SATA Hard drive and SSD ?
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    mikelferdinan said: View Post
    And by the way. Can i use this method in SATA Hard drive and SSD ?
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