Resizing(Shrink) NTFS


#1

I have got two NTFS partitions, one is primary and one is extended, both are about 26gb, i want to shrink either one of them to create about 8 gb free space....

I tried Fedora's installation built-in partitioner, Gparted and Partition Magic 8.0, and no one of them were able to do that...though all of them support shrinking NTFS

I also ran windows, chkdsk on both but still, the problem persisted....


#2

i think you can re size or shrink system partition.


#3

Use Paragon Partition Manager. One of the best Partition Softwares


#4

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i think you can re size or shrink system partition.
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I guess, you wanted to say CANT…

well I figured out, you need a more free space, (like to free 6gb u need atleast 9.5gb free) in the NTFS partition, well the best partition manager IMO that is GParted was suggesting(in complicated words) deep in error details tree that I should try shrinking the NTFS partition a little less,