The Best Extend System Partition Manager?

[LEFT][LEFT]Hi all,

I am running windows Server 2003, my system c drive which is too small and it is almost running out of space. I want to extend, but I do not have any space available to extend. what is the best way to get a larger partition?
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[LEFT]Please help!! :sad:[/LEFT]

To my knowledge you cannot convert the system disk into a dynamic partition.

Use Ghost to transfer your current system disk to a newer one.
You could try PartMagic 6 (released two days ago, see distrowatch.com) as well, but i’m not giving you much hope.

Make sure you have a 100% verified backup before you do all this of course :slight_smile:

A) Buy a larger Hard drive
B) Use Clonezilla to clone your C: drive to the new larger drive.
C) Boot the computer from the new clone to verify a good clone
D) Connect the drive to any Vista or Win7 computer and using the native disc manager
expand the partition to fill the available space Vista and in7 have this capability natively)
E) Permenantly install the drive in your computer and enjoy.

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Thank you… I think I need a 3rd party partition magic…:’( what’s worthy a buy?

I found a store, Partition Magic Software Store… but a little expensive// ANy other suggestion?

The one I use is even pricier, but worked with ease

http://www.partition-tool.com/easeus-partition-manager-server/

This probably won’t help you this time but a site named giveawayoftheday runs the Paragon Partition Manager fairly regularly.
I have seen some by Easeus there too .
The site gives away software but you have to download & install it on the day it is offered. It also usually comes with no tech support.
Other than that AllanDeGroot’s method should work fine.

Thank you guys for the answers.

with second consider, I tried these three… only Paragon got in troubles, and Easeus is pricier, so I paid for Aomei Partition Assistant, so far so good (:

Yeah I did say Easeus was pricier

Let us know how Aomei works out and the next time I need one I will definitely look at that one myself.

[QUOTE=bean55;2585221]Yeah I did say Easeus was pricier

Let us know how Aomei works out and the next time I need one I will definitely look at that one myself.[/QUOTE]

Simple easy steps and very fast! I use 2 mins to download and install, 3 mins to solve my problem. :clap:Their support service is also very good!:clap:

Haha, btw, you can check the information by yourself from their official site: http://www.aomeitech.com :wink:

Thanks redrose

Haha, btw, you can check the information by yourself from their official site: http://www.aomeitech.com

Yes I could, but I don’t always believe everything that I read.It is better to hear it from actual users.

Thanks again for your input.