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Hard drive partion

I have an acer 5051 laptop and the hard drive is partioned into two equal sizes C: and D: is there any way I can increase the size of the C: drive as this is the one I use the most the D: drive is mainly for backup and acer tools?

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Re: hard drive partion

You will need to use a programme similair to partition magic or norton. other than that a full format of the harddrive will be required and set it at the full unpartitioned size.

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Problem may be one of these:

1. Windows 7 required atleast 1GB RAM otherwise your PC will slow down

2. Keep maximum Partion size of c drive or where u installed windows 7.

3.Your processor needs to be atleast core family processor

4.Have u installed drivers for windows 7 correctly?

5.Or there may be possibility of virus in your PC.

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