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Windows Vista partition will not resize using normal tools. Any advice?

How to create a partition while Windows Vista already on single hard drive?

Please provide tools and steps.

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marked as duplicate by Moab, Majenko, random Apr 23 '11 at 21:54

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Use Partition Magic Tool for partitioning. This is the best tool I have ever used for partitioning. Here is the link Partition Magic – MoG Apr 22 '11 at 4:51
    
PM 8 will not work well on Vista, causes more problems, use a modern partitioning software. – Moab Apr 22 '11 at 15:47

Open your start menu, right click on computer, then go to manage, go to storage, and then partitioning... This is the same for all windows versions

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Use GParted you can boot it from CD or a USB key, instructions here.

Make sure you backup important stuff before you mess with partitions

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