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C: drive is bitlocked resize partition possible?

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by CarloBenno, May 6, 2011.

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  1. CarloBenno

    CarloBenno Thread Starter

    May 6, 2011
    Hi people,

    This is my first post on this forum so please bear with me!

    My question is:
    I have a new notebook and I have used windows bit-locker to lock up the C drive. My notebook didn't come with a TPM chip so I used a work around to get it working by using a flash drive with the keys installed on it at the boot process.

    However Ive installed VMware and its taken up a lot of space on drive C. what I want to do now is allocate some of the free space on the D: drive to the C drive, if that makes sense?

    Just to clarify my D: drive has no bit-locker encryption on it, but my C: drive does.

    Want I want to know is can i just use a partition tool to give the C drive some more space or will this cause problems as its using the bit-locker software?

    Also if I can do this, whats the best partition tool to use?

    Many thanks in advance,

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