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Old 03-23-2006, 08:17 AM   #11
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It's because your "new" 10GB partition is just raw space - it's not formatted as anything, so your OS can't detect it, hence why it appears 10GB is missing.

You need to format it using an FS your OS can understand e.g FAT32/NTFS.
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Take the partition that you jsut deleted and recombine it with youre c:/ drive lol um I think you go to "rezie partition" and it should tell you maxium capacity and it will say X amount of megabytes or gigabytes and in the new size box type in the maxium capacity that it says
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You dont delete it in partition magic, you simply hit merge partitions..
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that works to lol
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