New Partition

Posted on 2011-10-14
Last Modified: 2012-05-12
Hi Experts,
My laptop has only one main Drive "C", with size of 450 GB. i want to make a new drive "D"
and want to allocate half space to my new Drive.
how i can do it .?
i am running Window 7 enterprise.

Question by:osloboy
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    Assisted Solution

    you can do this straight from the Disk Manager.
    See this article for screenshots and instructions.
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    Accepted Solution

    Yes good guide. Should be straigh forward.

    Also see guide:
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    Assisted Solution

    note that for reserving haf the disk space, you need in this case more than 250 GB free (since you need minimum 15% free space on the C: drive (and netter 300 GB free)
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    Expert Comment

    >>  and netter 300 GB free  <<  should read Better

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