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Problem with New Partition

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Marshallfive, Jan 15, 2011.

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  1. Marshallfive

    Marshallfive Thread Starter

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    Hi, first time poster here but in real need of help.
    I recently had my laptop hard drive repaired and in the process, had it upgraded from 250gb to 320gb. However the new partition is still "Unallocated".
    When i try to create a "New simple volume" it tells me that "There is not enough space on the disk(s) to complete the operation"
    I have two partitions that I use, and two "OEM partition"s that appear to have nothing on them.

    What should i do to create the new Partition?

    I have included screen-shots in hope of help.

    Thanks :)
     

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  2. Megabite

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    Try again but this time do not use all the space try a lower say 50GB
     
  3. Marshallfive

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    Tried with 50gb and 40, both have same outcome :(
     
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