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Partition Manager


cryptogram

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I've got an old copy of Paragon Partition Manager (v.8) which I've used in the past perfectly satisfactorily. I went to use it on a friend's PC to alter the relative sizes of partitions and I could not properly do this. When I thought about it I wondered whether it could alter the partitions on a PC on which it was, itself, loaded. However, I'm sure I've done this on my own PC. Am I not thinking correctly?

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canarieslover

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Download Easeus Partition Manager as this will work with Win 7 as well.Easeus Free Just make certain that you click on the free version.

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buteman

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robinofloxley

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Ditch old copies and download new. All the free ones have improved.

Partition Wizard 7 will schedule C:\ tasks etc on reboot. Or use the Bootable CD version for non-booting systems. An essential Tool.

(Note: I never managed to get Easeus Boot CD (PE) working. It should be as good as Partition Wizard. Maybe it was just me.)

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