Many people have trouble in extending C drive on Windows Server 2008 R2, because Windows built-in Disk Management and Diskpart have limitation when they want to extend disk volume. As a matter of fact, it is very easy to extend C drive on Windows Server 2008 if you can use third-party partition magic software.
Tuesday, September 16, 2014
Monday, June 9, 2014
I need some help to resize C drive on Windows Server 2008. Well, recently I often receive low disk space warning on Windows Server 2008 C drive. I didn’t pay much attention to this warning message, but this morning when I wanted to install some program, Windows told me that I cannot install any new program because the free space on C drive is not enough. How can I extend C drive without any data loss?
Extend Disk Partition Windows Server – Partition Software for Windows Server to Extend Disk Partition
"I have two partitions on my computer, but C drive is running out of disk space. So I want to increase the size of C drive. My computer is running Windows Server 2003 OS, the C drive is NTFS file system with 80GB total size and now 1GB available. Can you tell me how can I extend C drive in Windows Server 2003? Thanks for any help!"
Most Windows Server users have run into such kind of problem:
There is no enough free space on system partition to install any new software
Computer runs slowly and even breaks down because C drive is running out of disk space
When C drive has insufficient free space, you need to free more space on C drive. However, you don’t need to delete any data or reformat the C drive in order to free space. Instead, you can resize C drive with third-party partition software.
Wednesday, June 4, 2014
As a Windows Server 2003 R2 user, you may be quite familiar with the following questions:
C drive is running out of disk space on my Windows Server 2003 R2, is it possible to increase the size of Windows Server 2003 R2 C drive?
Diskpart command failed to extend C drive on my Windows Server 2003 R2, how can I extend the C drive without losing any data?
Do you know what boot partition is on your Server? What if boot partition is running out of disk space? Are you wondering if boot partition can be extended? This article will introduce a partition magic for you to extend boot partition on Windows Server.
C drive low disk space is a common problem for Windows SBS users, so lots of SBS users are looking for a solution for SBS C drive resizing and similar questions are frequently asked:
What to do when SBS shows low disk space on C drive?
How to resize SBS C drive space without repartitioning?
Tuesday, June 3, 2014
Do you always reformat the partition when C drive is lacking of free disk space? Do you always need to reinstall system when C drive is running out of disk space? Are you still looking for a method to extend C drive space for Windows Server? This page will introduce partition software, which can help you extend C drive space on Windows Server without reformatting or reinstalling.
You might need to extend C drive when it is running out of disk space. You might want to extend C drive when computer runs more and more slowly. You might want to extend C drive system partition when no program or software is allowed to install on it. You might need to extend C drive due to other reasons. When you want to extend C drive on Windows Server, what idea can you come up with?
I am running Windows Server 2008 OS on my computer. Recently the system partition is running out of disk space on my computer. I want to increase the size of system partition, but somebody told me that I can reformat the partition and reinstall the system to solve the problem. Is there other method that I can extend the system partition on Server?
Tuesday, May 27, 2014
I need some advice to extend system partition on my Server. This morning, I want to install a program on system partition on Server 2003, but finally Windows says that the installation cannot be completed because there is no enough free space on the partition. So I want to look for a way to extend the system partition without touching the original data. Is there any clue?
My hard disk drive was divided into two partitions when installing on my Server 2003, and now the C drive is going to full. So I want to resize the disk partition and reallocate more space to C drive. Do I need to repartition the hard disk? Will I lose the data on C drive after repartitioning? Thanks for any help!
C drive on my Windows Server 2008 is running out of disk space, so I open the "Disk Management" and select "Shrink Volumes" option to squeeze some free space from E drive. However, the "Extend Volumes" option on C drive is grayed out. How can I add the free space to C drive in this situation?