Saturday, November 03, 2012 5:24 PM
I have a 500 GB hard drive was divided into only two partitions as follow
C: 487 GB for Win. 7 and D: 13 GB for the recovery
i wanted to install Win. 8, so i shredded 30 GB out of the C : Volume but now its not enough after i installed some applications on Win. 8
How can I increase the the Win. 8 partition now, as i have enough space on the Win. 7 partition
and should i do this while using Win. 7 or Win. 8??
Saturday, November 03, 2012 8:17 PM
Should be able to shrink one and expand the other probably from the newer OS. Might ask them here.
Regards, Dave Patrick ....
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Monday, November 19, 2012 9:06 AMWindows built-in disk managament tool can only shrink windows 7 volume, it nllocatcannot add the ued space to winodws 8 partition. In this scenario , you have to use third party partition software to help you allocate free space from windows 7 partition to windows 8 partition, such as AOMEI Partition Assistant ,etc.