Partition Manager Server 8.1.1
- Convert NTFS to FAT.
- Copy Dynamic disk volume.
- GPT Disk and MBR Disk interconversion.
- Copy UEFI boot disk.
- Convert GPT-style Dynamic Disk to Basic.
- Move Boot/System volume for Dynamic Disk.
Partition Manager Help
- Partitioning Basics
Using Partition Manager
- Partition Manager Basic
- Menu Of View
- Disk Operations
- Partition Operations
- Dynamic Disk
- Technical Support
1. Select the partition you would like to move or resize » click Partitions in the top menu » click Move/Resize.
Your data would not be destroyed or go missing when enlarging, shrinking or moving partitions around.
What’s more, under Enhanced Data Protecting Mode, you can execute the Move/Resize operation to system partitions or boot partition without harming the data.
- 1. This function is an advanced security measure designed to protect your data when executing the operation of Move/Resize. Even in the event of a power failure or hard ware failure, you can be ensured that your data are completely safe. For some extreme conditions, such as if the partition suffers from unknown failure, you can also use command chkdsk.exe /F in Windows to recover your data. This feature is exclusive to Partition Manager.
- 2. The handling partition should have enough space compared to those partitions not use this function.
- 3. Note: If the capacity of partition changes, Partition Manager will defined the type of FAT according to the new capacity of the partitions. For instance, FAT12, FAT16, FAT32.
Following sample shows you how to extend the system partition by using Partition Manager.
Disk is configured as 2 partitions. Partition C & D. C is system partition. Goal is to extend 10.9 GB free space to partition C.
Step 1: Create 10.9 GB free space
Shrink drive D to get 10.9 GB free space between drive C and drive D. Please select drive D from Partition Manager, and click Move/Resize button from the toolbar. You will see the popup window like the following screenshot. And then drag the left border of the partition to the right to shrink this partition. And then click OK button.
Step 2: 10.9 GB unallocated space is created between drive C & drive D. And then please select drive C, and click "Move/Resize" button from the toolbar again.
Step 3. Position the mouse pointer to the right edge of the partition. Please drag mouse to the right to extend C partition when the mouse pointer changes to a double-headed arrow. And then click OK button.
And then you could see your drive C is extended:
Step 4:Click Apply button.