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I just moved from XP to Windows 7. I wanted to virtualize my XP machine, so I copied the data to VHD and tried to boot from it. Well my drive was 149gb so I split them into 2 vhd files of their drives. I was able to shrink the C drive. But I can't do it to the E (or H in the screenshot)

I need to figure out how to remove the unallocated space or copy the partition to a new drive.

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Their are tools for VHD files that do exactly this. A google search would find them. – Ramhound Aug 4 '11 at 16:43
I googled it already. I downloaded VHD resizer. But it wont resize it to a disk smaller then 149gb. It worked for my C drive, but maybe because it's located at the end of the partition, it doesn't like it?? – DjFarout Aug 4 '11 at 17:00

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