Rajeev Dandu

How to partition a hard drive that has files on it?

01 May 2012
Windows 7
Chrome 18
01 May 2012 | Windows 7 | Chrome 18

When I got my laptop, I gave 400 GB for C: drive and I installed Windows in it. Now I don’t want to give that much amount of GB, so I shrinked it under MyComputer ->Manage ->Storage ->DiskManagement ->Shrink C:

I am able to shrink it up to 200GB and C: is now of 200GB. My problem is, I want to give only 100GB for C:

How can I do that without formatting? Can that happen? I already used defragmentation of C: and it didn’t help me.

Please help me. Thank you!
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