Easeus

  highside 17:58 23 Feb 11
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A long time ago I bought a new laptop with Vista on it.
Before I realized what was happening the laptop had booted and Vista had produced a C & D dive partition of 50/50. After the event I realised I could have changed this in initial boot up)
So as a way out I downloaded Easeus and that was fine & Set partitions.
Since then the laptop has gone succesfully to Win 7 32bit.
Have you any idea what will happen if I uninstall Easeus as I would like to gain as much as possible onto C as it is filling up.
Thanks for looking.

  Diemmess 18:13 23 Feb 11

Nothing bad should happen You no longer need it. your files will be in their new place and stored there.

Having finished using the programme you can always reinstall it later, but preferably on a another drive!

  highside 18:25 23 Feb 11

Thanks for that.

  highside 08:36 24 Feb 11

Thanks have removed it for time being, now need more help if possible please.

My Samsung R60 laptop (Win 7 32bit)drive map now shows-
C:\ Size 99.7GB with 3.34 free
D:\ Size 39.3GB with 22.3GB free

Question how do adjust the two and take some of the free feom D to C?

*My fault I know - when the PC was new there was a start up option to adjust these figures but without thinking I simply elected 'continue' and ended up with the default.

Have e feeling it cant be changed retrospectively?

  Terry Brown 09:58 24 Feb 11

I would suggest a better option.
Get an external USB drive, store the data you do not need every day on that and so free up space on your main drives.
Terry

  Nontek 13:20 24 Feb 11

This will enable you to merge your drives C/D with the greatest of ease, and extremely fast. Not free, but worth every penny.

click here

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