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Windows - Enlarging disk size in VMware Fusion.....


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I started getting warning messages when working in Windows (XP Pro) that I was running out of disk space. I increased the disk size from 20-40gb and wrongly assumed that the C: drive in Windows would follow suit.
I seem to remember from my old Windows days there was a program called Partition Magic which did this. Is it the same procedure on Windows within a Mac, or is there a different way?
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ok disregard my previous post...I managed to find an explanation and program (EASEUS Partition Manager) to do what I wanted...successfully even!!
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For future reference: When needing to increase the size of the Windows VM in Fusion, you use the VM tools provided. No need for Partition Magic or whatever it was that you used.

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So how do you do it with the tools?

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