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How to use Extpart to extend C: Drive?

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Hello,

I have a win2k3 server and I'm running low on disk space on my C:. I've used extpart in the past, but it's been a while and I lost my notes. I was wondering if any EE knows the step-by-step on expanding a drive. I will be expanding my C: into my A:. I have no data on A: This server is in production at this time and I don't remember if I will have to reboot?

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nimdatx
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You must first delete A:, so that you can extend into Unpartitioned Space.
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Run extpart.exe.
Volume to extend (drive letter): c
Amount to extend (in MB):
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ok, I deleted A: and it now says unallocated. I'm in the c:\dell\extpart.

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Will I have to reboot?
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I want to add 10 more GB to C:. I just cannot reboot server.
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Perfect.  In most cases, no, but there are some unforeseen/unknown things that may make a reboot necessary.
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The extpart went smoothly and successfully extended my C: Drive.

Thanks so much.

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Take care :)
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