My Windows 7 computer's Disk Management is not working properly. I can shrink the D: drive which is not primary partition, the unallocated space comes out. I then tried to create a new simple volume.
After the wizard Disk Management says:
The Disk Management console is not up to date, please refresh.
I pressed the refresh button and the unallocated space remained the same amount. There is no new volume.
How can I shrink drive C: and extend it to drive D:? If I try to do this it will say:
The maximum number of partition has reached.
I think it may be because the C: drive is the primary boot drive.