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Resize Partition with GParted on Windows 2000 Server

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Hi Guys

I am trying to resize my C drive as it is running out of space, current status as follows

C Drive = 4Gig with 400MB Free
D Drive =  30Gig with 27Gig Free

I then used Gparted to SHRINK  the D Drive to 15gig thus leaving me with 15gig unallocated space.
I then moved the D Drive to the far Right so the 15gig unallocated space would sit directly after the C Drive,  
I cant get the C: drive to pick up on the unallocated space, i.e. I want to assign the Unallocated 15 gig to the C Drive so it will total 19 gig.

Any Help much appreciated
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To aid in partition C: cleanup - where does your pagefile reside? (This is usually a good way to get back 2gb+ space)

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What filesystem is C formatted in?

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C Drive is NTFS
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