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I want to extend c(primary partition).. without losting data..

I have 4 partition... 320 gb hard disk.. i want to extend my pc's primary partition c: drive... i have vista business service pack 1.... plz tell me the solution how i can do it...

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I have a 80 gb hard drive in my compuetr & after somtimes it shows error less space i c: drive. and d: is totaly free now i just want to make my d: drive as c:. or i want that my data automatically transfer into d:. in other word i want to make my d: as a c: without delete partition.

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I advise you to use AOMEI Partition Assistant to extend your C drive. You can move free space from other partition to your system partition with this powerful hard disk partitioning software: http://www.disk-partition.com/

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You are very lucky, I just got the useful information about extend partition, I can share with you.
My friend told me, Extend Partition Assistant Professional Edition can work well.
They often resize partition (extend partition, shrink partition…) through it, so, I can promise you--it worth to try.
And good luck!

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If Vista is installed in C drive then you are unable to extend that partition becus it's a boot drive.
Other partition can be extended via PartitionMagic 7.0 or high or similar software.

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