Friday, June 13, 2014

Windows Server 2003 Extend Primary Partition

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?

Primary Partition Resizing Windows Server 2003
When primary partition doesn’t have enough free disk space, you may need to resize hard disk partition on Windows Server 2003. However, repartitioning hard disk is not the best choice to resize hard disk. Instead, you can run partition software to extend primary partition without repartitioning hard disk. Partition software is such kind of partition software, with which you can extend disk partition, shrink disk partition and move partition without losing any data. The partition software is compatible with all Windows Server operating system, so you can rely on it to extend primary partition on Windows Server 2003 effectively.

How to Extend Primary Partition on Windows Server 2003?
Step1. Download, install and launch partition software on your computer. Right click a partition that has enough free disk space and choose "Resize/Move" option.
Step2. Move the arrows to shrink the selected partition to produce some unallocated space.
Step3. You need to move the unallocated space close to primary partition. Right click primary partition and choose "Resize/Move" option.
Step4. Move the arrows to extend primary partition and click "Apply" button.

How to Fix Low Disk Space on Windows 2003 Primary Partition?
"Hello, everybody. I meet some problem on my Windows Server 2003 PC. Recently, every time I boot my computer, I always receive the same message that primary partition is running out of disk space. System asks me to delete some files to free disk space, but it is useless. So I decide to extend the primary partition on Windows Server 2003. I have tried some partition software, but all of them have some limitations. For example, some partition software asks me to backup data before partition resizing, but I don’t have an external device to backup data. I want to look for a partition tool that can help me extend primary partition in Windows Server 2003 without data loss."

Extend Server 2003 Primary Partition without Losing Data
If you can use partition software, you are able to extend primary partition on Windows Server 2003 without losing any data. The partition software only helps you resize disk partition and reallocate disk space, but it will not touch or modify any data, so you don’t need to backup or move data from original place. If the partition resizing is paused or stopped due to some unexpected reasons in the process, partition software will not cause any harm to operating system or disk data. Therefore, partition software is a useful a reliable partition magic for all Windows Server users to resize hard disk partition.

Extend Primary Partition SBS 2003, Windows 2003 R2
Since partition software can work on all Windows Servers, you can run this partition software to extend primary partition on other Windows 2003 editions like Windows Server 2003 R2, and Windows SBS 2003. This partition software enables you to resize NTFS partition and FAT32 partition without rebooting your Server. In addition, this partition software is risk-free, which doesn’t contain any virus or spyware. You can easily install it on your computer to perform partition resizing, and you can also easily uninstall it when you don’t think you still need to use it.

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