Solution for Windows Server 2003 out of space

Are you running Windows Server 2003 out of space? How to expand the space to better the server performance? This tutorial shows how to fix the problem when server 2003 is running out of space. Server 2003 running out of space with its partitions. This could often happen to the boot system partition. How can we make the system partition bigger to hold more files and optimize server system performance? You need to resize the partitions. A larger system partition is often needed. We introduce a useful tool Partition Wizard server to you and how to extend partition with it. Besides extending partitions, it is able to merge partitions into one, shrink partitions, move partition without data loss...

Partition Wizard Server ranks Top1 in our review test among all partition server software. It works with all raid partitions, all server systems. Here are the steps to resize partition with it.

  1. Download a free trial and run it.
  2. Right click the partition which you want to change size, and go to "Resize/Move" on the show-up menu.
  3. resize partition

  4. Drag the partition rightwards to shrink partition and make some space available for redistribution
  5. shrink partition----> free space available

  6. Right click the system partition and choose Resize/Move. In the pop up window, drag the right borderline of the system partition to extend.
  7. extend c drive ---->c drive larger

Then to apply the changes, then you can make your partition larger without reloading os nor moving files.

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"Hi, I have got a windows server 2003 which for the last 3 years has been running low on space. Unfortunately, the monkeys who setup the server, only gave C: a 10gb partition, but with updates and essential applications, it leaves about 500mb. Which obviously soon goes down with logfiles etc. Does anyone know how easy it would be to possibly ghost the hard drive?

Would it be possible for me to take a ghost of the hard drive currently on the system, and then copy it to a say 100 or 1000gb hard drive replacement? Or is there a way of re-sizing the C: partition? "


When we are running out of c partition space or with bare free space on c partition, what shall we do? To ghost the hard drive and copy it to a larger drive for replacement? Or can we simply resize the c partition without data loss?

Forturnately there is a server partition software called partition wizard server which could redistribute free space to c drive without data loss on any drives.

  • download and install the server partiton software partition wizard server. (we recommend you to download and install the software on D drive since there is barely low free space on c drive.)
  • run the program and click the partition where there are a lot of free space, resize them and make the space to be unallocated by partition wizard server.
  • move the unallocated space next to the c drive.
  • expand the c drive by adding the free space nearby.

So far, Partition Wizard Server offers the perfect server partition solutions to you.

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