Unreal Circumstances Adv Reply December 4th, 2009 #10 wilee-nilee View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Ubuntu addict and loving it Join Date Sep 2009 Beans 8,874 DistroUbuntu Development Release I'm trying to resize my Windows Vista partition (shrink it) in order to have some unallocated space for me to install Kubuntu. Trying to shrink hard drive - Access denied!!! There is a blank space here. Check This Out
Thanks in advance to all techies. Boot into Windows Safe Mode to see if shrink volume works.4. Please don't suggest to have vista reinstall because i dont have vista CD. what i did is i used perfect Disk to CONSOLIDATE FREE SPACE so that all the available free space will be accumulated at the end of the disk rather than a
Thanks. I can give you the commands to run. So, if I did end up backing things up onto a hardcopy of some sort, how would I uninstall Vista? So easy that I'm wondering why there isn't already a checkmark next to the title of this thread (meaning solved).
The 320 GB drive, 298 gigabytes to a computer, has a 9 gb recovery partition, a 279 gb primary partition for Vista, and about 10 gb of unallocated space from your They will only provide information and not change anything. Yes, every time. Perfectdisk Free Volume letter C in Windows is assigned to the Vista partition, a primary, active, NTFS partition with no label.
My System Specs System Manufacturer/Model Number Too many to list. Windows 10 Initialize Disk Access Denied Password Site Map Posting Help Register Rules Today's Posts Search Site Map Home Forum Rules Members List Contact Us Community Links Pictures & Albums Members List Search Forums Show Threads Sarcasm Now come on you have to have MS to be in the in crowd. Since his attached screenshot didn't come through to those of us following this group via nntp, I can't say for sure, but the fractured writing style of the OP leads me
The only thing I can do with it is format and reinstall Vista. Best regards, Frank General Discussion Our Sites Site Links About Us Find Us Vista Forums Eight Forums Ten Forums Help Me Bake Network Status Contact Us Legal Privacy and cookies Windows Virtual Disk Manager Access Is Denied Windows 7 No movement of left border is supported by MS shrink option. 0 Message Author Comment by:Michael L ID: 260313172009-12-11 @vahiid - I tried diskpart already. Virtual Disk Manager Access Is Denied Server 2008 Windows 7: Logical Disk Manager - Access is denied while shrinking 06 Oct 2009 #1 Inspiron15 Windows Vista Home Basic, Windows 7 Ulti. 18 posts Logical Disk Manager
Highlight the "Administrators" user group in the list and mark the check box before "Replace owner on subcontainers and objects". 6. his comment is here I gather you're no longer using WUBI Regards, "The key to everything is patience. Chose the "Security" tab, click Edit and see if "Administrators" is listed in the "Group and User" name list. They said to uninstall Exchange, shrink, then reinstall. Logical Disk Manager Access Is Denied
Justin Go to Solution 5 3 2 +1 4 Participants Michael L(5 comments) DrUltima(3 comments) LVL 31 Windows Server 200815 System Utilities1 Storage Hardware1 noxcho(2 comments) LVL 46 Storage Hardware30 System But, any decent partition manager will NOT allow a partition to be resized or altered if these errors are present. If the issue still occurs, turn off UAC to test the result. this contact form Backup and clean install may be required.
If it is not, click the Add option to add Administrators group into this name list.3. Perfect Disk My answer is right there - in your face. Thanks.
If I absolutely have to reformat it, I'll have to wait until tomorrow while everyone is off. 0 LVL 31 Overall: Level 31 Windows Server 2008 15 System Utilities 1 AOMEI Partition Assistant For PC Users Standard Edition - Free Professional Edition For Server Users Lite Edition - Free Server Edition For Enterprise Users Unlimited Edition Technician Edition Editions Comparison Quick while doing > this. > > What next to do? navigate here Graphics Card ATI, NVIDIA Monitor(s) Displays Samsung Keyboard qwerty Hard Drives Maxtor, Western Digital Internet Speed 22 Mb/s @ home, 1 Gb/s @ server Other Info All of my systems still
Only one problem. If there are unmovable files located on the end of this partition, you cannot shrink volume.The SolutionTo solve this problem, you may try one or more steps listed below based on Please don't suggest to have vista >>>reinstall because i dont have vista CD. Turn on Show Hidden System files and Folders and see if you can figure out what is using the space.
Jobz, definitely backup your data before performing any partition operations. Hope it helps.
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