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hi, i have a w2k server ugraded from an NT4.0. I have partition my hard disk into two partitions C:\ and D:\. My c:\ is only 2.0 GB and the D:\ is 36.0 GB Now I am having hard disk space problem on my c:\ driv I have already install all necessary applications and the server is in use already How can i increased my C:\ partition size What are the options available in order not to re-format the whole disk? for exmaple migration etc....

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    Default partition size in windows 2000 server

    hi,
    i have a w2k server ugraded from an NT4.0. I have partition my hard disk into two partitions
    C:\ and D:\. My c:\ is only 2.0 GB and the D:\ is 36.0 GB
    Now I am having hard disk space problem on my c:\ driv
    I have already install all necessary applications and the server is in use already
    How can i increased my C:\ partition size
    What are the options available in order not to re-format the whole disk? for exmaple migration etc.
    ashvin Guest

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    Default Re: partition size in windows 2000 server

    How about the partition resizing software? You are running Windows 2000
    Server. You have to use one that design for a server environment, for
    example, Partition Magin Volume Manager. If you have other HDD, you can
    convert your old HDD to be a "dynamic disk". Then, you can merge up into
    single virtual drive.
    Any idea?

    Regards,
    Theewara

    "ashvin" <anonymousdiscussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:A62A1B98-503E-4C20-A4FB-1069A3E3FD0Amicrosoft.com...
    > hi,
    > i have a w2k server ugraded from an NT4.0. I have partition my hard disk
    into two partitions.
    > C:\ and D:\. My c:\ is only 2.0 GB and the D:\ is 36.0 GB.
    > Now I am having hard disk space problem on my c:\ drive
    > I have already install all necessary applications and the server is in use
    already.
    > How can i increased my C:\ partition size?
    > What are the options available in order not to re-format the whole disk?
    for exmaple migration etc.


    Theewara Vorakosit Guest

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