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I wanna resize my drive space. My current drive space/capacity is 40 GB i want to expand it upto 46 GB . I have More Space on Other drive.

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for resizing you drive you need to reboot your computer using the OS cd. by doing this the content in the C drive may get errasedb ut other remains.
1.put the OS cd and restart the computer
2.it asks boot from CD..??
3.press enter and it strts to boot from the CD
4.follow the steps as it teels you to do.
5.in one step it asks for spillting of drives so slipt as you want and it wil do rthe required set up...

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