Resize partition in Vista make me crazy!

Discussion in 'Windows Vista General Discussion' started by Rambytes, Mar 2, 2008.

  1. Rambytes

    Rambytes Guest


    I try to resize a little bit my C: partition and I use the resize
    option inside Vista himself.

    After i've resize my C: partition from 50Gb to 40Gb, i reboot and Vista
    refuse to boot-up again, ask me 2 choices: try to repair (recommended)
    or boot normal.

    If I choose the "Try to repair", after few second, the computer reboot,
    and I see this message again, give me 2 choices.

    If I choose the second option, boot normal, I've got a error message
    tell me that some hardware have changed, blablabla... and cannot

    I've try to boot from a Linux Live CD (Fedora and Ubuntu) and try to
    resize, but when i'm back in vista, Vista try to resize again from his
    last "know" size.

    So, i'm stuck with my 50Gb partition... what can I do?
    Rambytes, Mar 2, 2008
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  2. The best tool for the job is called PARAGON PARTITION MANAGER
    On the Bridge!, Mar 3, 2008
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    Holz Guest

    Actually the linux rescue CD which is free.
    Holz, Mar 3, 2008
  4. I know GParted live disk and PartedMagic, I use both and have told many
    people about them here

    but he says it dont work for him..

    parition manager from paragon is not free but its a fantastic product....
    On the Bridge!, Mar 3, 2008
  5. On the Bridge!, Mar 3, 2008
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    kimjiongs Guest

    To the problem VISTA support back to the last known healthy configuration, when start and press F8 key to enter the Advanced section and then recover to last known healthy configuration.

    And to resize the partition, it is better job for 3rd partition partition software. Before you may know Partition Magic but now it has been out of date, and now there have a alternative software AOMEI Partition Assistant which could manage this flexibly and safely. It is worth to try this software.
    kimjiongs, Oct 15, 2012
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