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Extend System Partition Server 2008

Posted on 2009-05-11
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I recently added another disk and expanded my RAID array to make more room for my C:.  All went well and Windows saw the new space.  I extended the disk through Disk Manager, I got a non-desriptive error message at the end of the wizard; which I unfortunately didn't write down.  Now my C: properties shows the old size but Disk Manager and diskpart show the new size.  I rebooted and it didn't help.  Am I missing something here?  I read a half dozen articles describing the process and it is supposed to be very straightforward.
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I guess I should have done a litte more research.  Diskpart fixed it after I ran 'extend filesystem'
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