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Okk i thrt it said you CANT shrink volumes if you've got ntfs ;]
When I go to disk management and right click on C (which is ntfs) and click shrink the shrink button at the bottom of the window that appears is grey so i cant click it..
Any ideas? In the window there is a box where you can input a number you want it to shrink by, should there be a certain number i put i there or something?
If you cant do it with Windows try with gParted
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Bit of a bump here but -
I get this error when trying to boot into OSX
Status - 0x000000f"
I think it is because in EasyBCD, I have the C drive assigned to OSX, but that is my Windows 7 drive.
I would assign it a new drive, but in Drive Management, I cannot.
It sees the partition that I formatted at Journaled but I can't do anything to it.
How do I fix this?
same problem as the guy above. Any links, solutions?
Found a solution, download easybcd 2.0 beta buid.
Last edited by Nikola; 09-06-2009 at 05:44 PM.
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