"Is there any solution for C drive system partition resizing on Windows Server 2003? I need to extend C drive system partition to fix the low disk space problem, but it failed when I run Diskpart to extend C drive on Server 2003. I know I can uninstall some programs to free up space, but it is not a good solution for me because all the programs and data on C drive are important. I want to look for a way to extend C drive without reinstalling system or reformatting disk."
Monday, September 29, 2014
Thursday, June 26, 2014
Windows system pops up low disk space warning to alert computer user that the partition is running out of disk space. Low disk space on system partition will cause many problems such as:
You cannot install any software or Windows updates on computer
Computer runs more and more slowly day by day
System breaks down or crash automatically without any warning
Computer blue screen or black screen
If you don’t want to run into such kind of problem, you had better fix the low disk space issue as soon as possible when receiving the warning message.
Sometimes, you may need to resize disk partition on Windows Server 2003 due to different reasons. For example, you may need to resize disk partition when system partition is running out of disk space on Windows Server 2003. You may want to extend system partition space when Windows pops up low disk space warning message. How can you resize system partition on Windows Server 2003? This is the topic we will talk about in this article.
How to increase the size of C drive on Windows Server 2003? Perhaps, it is not an easy thing for some people to increase disk space on C drive, but it is necessary when C drive is running out of disk space on Windows Server 2003. In order to help more people get rid of troubles caused by low disk space on Windows Server 2003 C drive, this article will introduce an easy way to increase size of C drive on Windows Server 2003.
Friday, June 20, 2014
Windows Server 2003 R2 disk partition size is allocated cautiously when building Server. Once the hard disk is installed on your Windows Server 2003 R2 and divided into several partitions with certain allocated space, the partition size cannot be changed unless you can repartition the hard disk. However, you may meet the problem that disk partition size cannot meet your needs any more when more and more data is stored on the partition. When disk partition is running out of disk space on Windows Server 2003 R2, do you always need to repartition the hard disk?
Boot partition is the disk partition where Windows Operating System files are stored. When boot partition is running out of disk space on Windows Server 2003, do you want to extend the boot partition? Do you want to increase the size of Windows Server 2003 boot partition without influence on the operating system or disk data? This page will introduce the simplest way to extend Server 2003 boot partition when it is lacking of free disk space.
Windows Server 2003 built-in Diskpart commonly only allows you to extend data volume which is NTFS file system. If you want to extend primary partition or system partition by running Diskpart command, Windows will pop up message like "The volume you have selected may not be extended. Please select another volume and try again" or "Diskpart failed to extend the volume. Please make sure the volume is valid for extending". If you receive such kind of or message when trying to extend primary partition on Windows Server 2003, it means that you need to look for another way to get primary partition extended.