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I have a 10GB partition which I want to extend to 20GB.

I have free space on my hard disk. What should I do to extend the partition?

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Sorry, this was not meant to be converted to community wiki. – random May 24 '10 at 13:42
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You could try downloading, burning and booting with a Linux live CD, Ubuntu for example, and using gparted to resize your partitions.

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can you tel me the statement which i need to give to extend the parition 10 to 20gb – Pavunkumar May 24 '10 at 10:45
    
gparted is a graphical application, you can drag and drop to the size that you want and click the Apply Changes button. – Stacey Richards May 24 '10 at 11:19

You could try downloading, burning and booting with a Linux live CD, Ubuntu for example, and using gparted to resize your partitions.

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