In some cases, you may just ignore the low disk space warning message, but it is not so simple when the low disk space alert is on system partition. Since system partition often holds system related program that can affect the performance of your computer, your computer might run into terrible trouble when receiving low disk space warning on system partition. In this article, we will share professional partition software, with which you can extend system partition when Windows Server 2003 shows low disk space.
Friday, June 13, 2014
It is a common but terrible problem for almost every Windows Server 2003 user when free space on a disk partition especially a primary partition is insufficient. Usually, a primary partition is allocated with small size like 10GB or 20GB when it was created on computer. Thus, there is no doubt that the primary partition will run out of disk space along with more and more data stored on it. Do you need to repartition hard disk or reinstall system when primary partition is running out of disk space?
Is the free space on C drive too little? Are you going to extend C drive space on Windows Server 2003? Usually, you may want to extend C drive when encountering following situation:
Wednesday, June 11, 2014
C drive is usually labeled as the first partition on your hard disk drive and in most case we install operating system on this drive, so C drive is marked as system partition in most cases. When system partition is running low disk space, system will alert you to delete some data to free disk space. In this article, we will introduce the way to extend system partition for Windows SBS 2003.
You can run Diskpart.exe utility to extend a NTFS data volume on Windows Server 2003, but Diskpart.exe utility cannot help extend an FAT partition or C partition (system partition). If C drive is running out of disk space on Windows Server 2003, you may find that you cannot extend the partition by running Diskpart.exe utility. Is there any other way to extend C drive on Windows Server 2003?
I have Windows Server 2003 operating system installed on C drive on my computer. Now, I have run out of disk space on Server 2003 C drive. I want to rely on third-party partition software to increase the size of Windows Server 2003 C drive, but no software can convince me that it is the one to use. I want to look for partition software that can help me extend system partition on Windows Server 2003 without wiping any data or reinstalling system.