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How to Shrink a Windows 7 Volume and give free space to another partion on the Hard Drive

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I can not shrink the C: System Volume more that 22 GB even though there is 512 GB free.  I wnat to shring C: system volume and give the shrinked space to E: Volume.   When I use the Windows 7 Disk Management tool it only allows me to shring 22 GB.  I have moved the page file from C: to E and I have turned off and deleted the system restore on C:  I figure there is some other unmovable file that is preventing the full shrink but can not figure it out.  

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I have a Windows 7 Prof. Systme with one physical hard dirve (750 GB)..  I have two Volumes C: - System Volume and E: (non system volume).  

Sizes and free space:

C: 616 GB total, 512 GB free
E: 315 GB total, 63 GB free

Does any one know how to do this?   As mentioned after shrinking system volume C: I want to give that to volume E:..

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