I recently used Boot Camp to install Windows 7 on a small partition on my MBP, and have found the need to extend the partition for more space. Through the use of several tools, I have managed to extend the partition so that my Windows 7 partition is 100GB.
However, when I boot to Windows, it still seems to think that it is only 50GB.
The following are approximations
Windows Disk Management says: Windows 50GB, OS X 250GB
GParted and Paragon Partition Manager both say: Windows 100GB, OS X 200GB
The third party tools I have are correct, but that really doesn't help me. I've run both
chkdsk /f and
chkdsk /r on the drive, but neither fixed the issue.
chkdsk did however recognize all of the free space on the partition, which is slightly confusing.
Is there a way I can get my Windows 7 install to recognize the extra disk space?
I have a backup of my Windows installation, so if there is a way to restore that into a larger Boot Camp partition, I could work with that as well. Also, I have access to the tools listed above.