My pc consisting of five partition C D E F and G.In the process of resizing the main drive C, I have deleted drive E with the help of partition magic.Now I want to rearrange the partitions as C D E F instead of CDFG.How can I do so ?Pl suggest.
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Re: Partition of hard drive
You can arrange that by going to control panel:
and then "administrative tools"
and then " Computer management"
And then "disk management"
under the storage click ' Disk management'
On the left side you can see the drive letter.
You can change drive letter by right clicking the drive.
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Boot up your computer with using a linux live-cd/dvd manjaro fedora puppy or other technical distro to start up what will have gparted and or the kde partition manager on it that does do everything unmounted to that will allways enable all necessary things to replace or resize partitions , beware backup first always the distro in any way to be safe with the beginning to experiments. but there are several kind of tools and all open source is free , here you see a part of the kde partition manager and here is to see that will you rezise a partition that it just not must be mounted , thats the most important step to get a working menu by changing partitions that will forget. but it must first are recognized before to choose the right drive partition manager is also good usable for Microsoft or Beos and several other partition cluster arts of other unix systems. the live dvd will work fully from out the memory of your system thats why it cost many more time for handlings. whats also be better to resize partitions is most time to delete an 3 partition system from the right the third partition (if its handling mounting active partitions to resize up to the right site its differs how to boot with a bootmanager was configured after resizing from the middle partition the find theright cluster out.resize from the left site can made bootproblems, if you not can handle
Make sure your hard disk has enough space. Most often when the error massage comes it will tell you how much free space is required to install the game look keenly and know how much space is required then either move all media files mainly video files especially downloaded in the download folder to an alternative partition and only leave windows and installed program on Local Disk C. Other wise if your hard disk capacity is very small then am afraid that you will have to get a bigger hard disk.
You can delete both partitions and then create a single partition and then format the partition. If you do not want to delete the partitions and lose your data then you can use a program called Partition Magic to resize your main partition so it is a single partition.
you might try using some partition software some of these have a very good interface and are very easy to use and are free
easeus partition master free home edition
partition wizard home edition
paragon partition manager free edition 32 bit
hope this helps
You cannot. You delete both and then make one partition.
There is software available that will let you resize a partition. (E.g. Acronis Disk Director). In this case you delete one partition and the resize the remaining partition to use the space created.
Most important: Back your data up to another hard disk before making any changes to your disk.
unfortunatly u cant expand a hard drives allocated space past its original limitations. your only options are to buy a new 2.5'' hard drive, a external hard drive or a cheap secure digital card. u can pick sd card up for around £4 a 1gb.
look in second hand electrical retailers for cheap options.