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Have you tried to extend your partition space before? In recent days, my laptop video partition is out of space and there is a low disk space problem that always reminds me when trying to use the inner videos. But, there is nearly 150GB of free space left on the same physical drive. Do you know what can I do to extend my video partition space with the left drive free space? Thanks!
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Posted on Nov 21, 2014
Have already extended enough free space to your video partition? If not, I know there is a video tutorial that has illustrate how to resize the assigned partition space step by step:
Simply follow its steps and resize your partition space easily.
Posted on Nov 20, 2014
OK! Since there is still enough free space left on the same physical drive with this video partition, you absolutely can easily move the free space to your video partition for fixing any low disk space problems.
Have tried to extend this video partition space with Disk Management tools? Simply open Disk Management, shrink or delete partition with free space and extend your video partition there latter.
Of course, if you don't want to try that, you also can straightly use partition resizing tools, like this:
With the guidance of this software, you always can freely resize different partition space within several clicks.
Note: Prepare all partition data backups well in case of unwanted data loss.
Posted on Nov 19, 2014
Is the 150GB of free space adjacent to your video partition?
If it is, you can open Disk Management, delete or shrink the partitions with enough free space and right click this video partition to extend it there.
But, if the "extend" option doesn't work there, you may also take chances with some partition resizing programs, which allows you to freely resize your assigned partition space with free space of other partitions.
Of course, in case of unwanted partition data loss, always back up all your partition data well in advance.
In your case, since there is no enough free space left, you also have no need to purchase another new drive to instead the old one.
Posted on Nov 18, 2014
You should just perform a hard disk upgrade.
Posted on Nov 13, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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