Change system partition under Windows 2000 dynamic disk structure

Change system partition under Windows 2000 dynamic disk structure

Post by Bradle » Thu, 07 Feb 2002 06:59:38



We are having a problem under Windows 2000 Server SP2 where C:\ is the boot
partition and D:\ is the system partition.  This would be fine except we
need to resize the D:\ partition and are not allowed to do so because it is
a system partition.  Is there a way to change the system partition from D:\
to C:\ .  Note that the disk is a Windows 2000 dynamic disk, and as such I
can find no options to change the 'active' partition.

Thanks,
BRAD

 
 
 

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