The customer has a 160GB Sata 2 hard disk drive. Not sure of the partition structure currently. He wants to repartition it without the loss of the operating system. He mentioned the usage of the Easeus software to facilitate this. I have not used this software but I thought any repartition would wipe out the operating system. Thoughts anyone?
Easeus Partition Manager is a non destructive partitioning utility and I've used it on both 32-bit Vista and 64-bit Windows 7 without any problems.
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Hello, I have an XPS 600 with nVidia nForce4 Raid1 array. Originally, the hard drives were two 230Gb drives. One drive became damaged and was replaced with a 1Tb drive. The array was rebuilt as a 230Gb array. The second drive failed and was replaced with an identical 1Tb drive. The drive was rebuilt as a 230Gb array. I have the lastest drivers and the BIOS is up-to-date. I want to re-size the partition to use the entire available 1Tb, without reinstalling the OS and software. I have re-sized other drives arrays using Easeus software, but the software does not recognize the true size of the drives in this case.
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