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click Next, review your orders on the ensuing page, and then click Finish. If your volume resided on a basic disk to begin with, it will remain basic after the expansion provided the space into which you expanded was contiguous with the original volume. Note that no separate formatting step is required; the new territory acquires the same formatting as the original. You are not limited to extending a volume in this manner, however. As Figure 28-5 shows, the Select Disks page shows you available unallocated space on other hard disks as well as the one on which the volume you re expanding resides. If you choose to expand into another disk (by selecting it in the Available list and clicking Add), the end result of your expansion will be a spanned volume on a dynamic disk. What if you want to extend a volume into space on the same disk, but the unallocated space is not contiguous with the volume you want to expand. In that case, Disk Management converts the disk from basic to dynamic (if it was basic to begin with) and displays the extended volume as two non-adjacent rectangles, like this:
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Note that the layout of the expanded volume remains simple, despite the fact that the volume now spans an intervening volume on the same disk. Volume extension is subject to the following limitations:
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Only NTFS-formatted volumes can be extended. A logical drive can be extended only within the extended partition that contains it. The system and boot partitions can be extended only into contiguous unallocated space. You cannot extend a striped volume.
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Provided space is available, you can shrink an NTFS-formatted volume to make more space available for other volumes. To do this, right-click the volume in either the tabular or the graphical pane, and choose Shrink Volume from the shortcut menu. Disk Management responds by analyzing the disk, and then reports the amount of shrinkage possible in a dialog box like this:
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Enter the number of megabytes by which you want to reduce your volume, and then click Shrink. Disk Management defragments the disk, moving all its data to a contiguous block, and then performs the shrink. Be aware that page files and volume shadow copy files cannot be moved during the defragmentation process. This means that you might not have as much room to shrink as you would like. Microsoft also advises that the amount by which you can shrink a volume is transient and depends on what is happening on the volume at the time. In other words, if you are trying to eliminate, say, 10 GB from the volume and Disk Management can manage only 7, take the 7 and then try for more later.
Deleting a Volume
Deleting a volume is easy and irreversible. All data is lost in the process, so be sure you have backed up or no longer need whatever the volume currently contains. Then rightclick the volume and choose Delete Volume. The volume reverts to unallocated space, and if it happens to have been the last volume on a dynamic disk, the disk itself is converted to basic.
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Checking the Properties and Status of Disks and Volumes
As with previous Windows versions, you can check the properties of any drive including the volume label, file system, and amount of free space available by right-clicking the drive in Windows Explorer s Computer folder and choosing Properties from the shortcut menu. You can see the same details and more in Disk Management. Most of the crucial information is visible in the volume list, the tabular pane that appears by default at the top of the Disk Management window. Slightly less information is available in the graphical pane at the bottom of the window. Of particular interest is information about the status of a disk or volume. Figure 28-6 shows where to look for this information.
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