Question about Dell PowerEdge 2500 Server
C: 4 GB - 100 Mb free
D: 164 GB - 15 GB free
Is there any way to rebuild the C: partition with the available space ? 15 GB ? Could i create a new partition (Z:), copy all what i have in the C: drive, switch the map letters and boot ? Perhaps, i could get in troubles, but if someone tried something similar.... we never know.
Hi, to partition a drive you would lose all information on it,
for example if i had
if i delete the c: partition i could make 2 partitions of for example 20gb without losing the information on d:
but for what you have you would be better deleting both partitions and recreating as one big one or to your preferences, either way you will have to install windows again, as windows will not work copying it from c: to d: .
Hope this helps
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