Is GParted an excellent device for resizing an NTFS dividing?
I have a dual-boot arrangement with Ubuntu and also Windows Vista. I require to reduce the dividing that Vista is mounted on. (It's an NTFS dividing.) I attempted making use of Vista's very own disk supervisor, yet it really did not function.
I listened to that GParted can resize NTFS dividings - is this real? Is it a secure device for resizing dividings? Exist any kind of possible concerns I should recognize if I utilize it?
Indeed - my first intro to Linux systems was making use of a GParted 'photo' too from and also resize the my VMware Fusion digital COMPUTER's hard drive. I've given that utilized it possibly a loads times for doing this, on various VMs, for XP and also Win2k3 (both NTFS). No worry in all.
If you have not done it in the past, simply take your time and also meticulously read all the pop - up dialogs and also messages prior to pushing 'Yes'. : -)
gparted is a wonderful partitioning device - I have actually utilized it to resize
EXT[2..4] and also have not face any kind of concerns since yet. Nonetheless - with all disk procedures there is constantly the opportunity of failing which need to constantly be considered throughout resizing.
See to it you have absolutely nothing placed to the drives you're trying to resize, make certain that you have enough CPU and also RAM to execute the procedures. If you're on a Laptop see to it it's connected in which it will not suspend or hibernate while executing these procedures. Last but not least this can be time extensive - my last pointer is, while
gparted is running it might show up less competent or icy. Simply allow it end up.
GParted jobs wonderful for that. I utilized it to resize my Windows 7 dividing with no troubles in all. Nonetheless, to avoid troubles, you will certainly intend to uncheck the "round to cylinders" option when you resize the partition. That can create starting troubles for Windows 7 or Vista.