I am not able successfully make a new volume from unallocated space in disk management.
I will try to explain you all through points and screenshot.
What I did:
- shrink space from Local Disk (E:) [Before (E:) had 416 Gb)
- This resulted in unallocated space formation of 392 Gb and 24 Gb remaining in (E:).
- Then, I tried to make all this space a new volume with letter (G:)
- After doing all settings and clicking finish, a dialog box appeared(see in image)
- I have a single HDD.
Why I am doing this:
My (C:) drive space is running low, so I wanted to extend its space using 25 GB space from (E:) and 25 Gb from (D:), 50 Gb in total.
I saw some videos on youtube about how I can do this. Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1V2vnfsAe0M (please watch to understand what I am trying to do).
Initial space--> (C:) drive is 97 Gb, (D:) is 416 Gb, and (E:) is 416 Gb.
In result I want three partitions (C:) of 147 Gb,(D:) of 392 Gb, and (E:) of 392 Gb.
So what should I do? I think that it may cause some problem