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  • Extending Virtual Machine memory
    Finally, I had to use GParted in order to memory changes within the VM disk. The idea was to use GParted ISO file to boot your VM. It comes with a simply GUI that helps you to manually enable memory expansion of selected partition. - Source: / about 1 month ago
  • What to do with obsolete iMacs and MacBooks
    As a retro tech enthusiast I beg of you not to trash them. Put them on facebook marketplace, craigslist, ebay, whatever. Nerds like me will take them off your hands happily, and regular people can still use them for daily tasks. I'm typing this out on a 2014 macbook pro, and I use a 2011 imac for any fun side projects I like doing so I don't mess up my main PC. You can also donate them to goodwill or salvation... Source: 6 months ago
  • Hard drive showing 100% active time
    Clone your drive with Gparted Live USB or Clonezilla Live USB. Source: 11 months ago
  • Remove Fedora from dual boot with Windows 11
    If the recovery partition is between them you will have to move the recovery partition into the empty space using something like Gparted on a USB stick and then expand the C partition with disk partition or easeUS. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Cannot extend partition after shrinking it
    Where you trying to extend E: or F:? In any way I've heard that GParted may help with partition problems like this altough I'm not really sure. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Extend c: drive partition in windows 10
    In order to extend a partition, the unallocated space must immediately follow the partition. If there's something between the partition and the unallocated space, then you'll need to use a more sophisticated partition manager to rearrange things. GParted can do this, for example. I think Macrium Reflect can do this, too, though I usually use it for cloning. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Need urgent step-by-step guide to save my data with Testdisk
    Have you tried using ? Source: over 1 year ago
  • My Drive disappeared and is now only 200gb instead of 1tb
    I'd suggest you create a bootable USB drive with GParted on it, and boot that up to see if that recognizes the missing storage space on your drive. GParted is an awesome tool which has saved me many times when I have encountered problems with storage devices. I don't know why, but it always seems to be able to access drives when Windows' built-in tools fails. If GParted can't find your missing storage space, I'd... Source: over 1 year ago
  • Changing Partitions
    Use a GParted Live ISO to resize the partitions. Make sure you have backups of anything important. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Remove dell raid configuration from hard drive (GNOME)
    Is the website? Looks sketchy. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Extending Volume C after increasing the space in VMware
    There are free open source options, also. GParted is a good example, but it doesn't install in Windows, instead you'll have to boot off an ISO file, make your changes, then reboot into Windows. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Clean wipe of all drives
    When I do a clean install I use GParted ( installed on a USB drive using Rufus ( to delete the old partitions that way the drives appears like a "fresh" drive when installing Windows or Linux. Great little utility to manage drive partitions. Source: over 1 year ago
  • I'm trying to homebrew my Wii U with tiramsu but whenever I do it tells me that my SD card is not FAT32 despite being formatted as such, any tips?
    I usually Format my cards in Gparted and it works very well for me. Source: over 1 year ago
  • How do I extend my C drive if the unallocated space is available after the recovery partition?
    Use an offline partition editor like GPartEd ( ) to resize the partitions. Basically you make a bootable USB with GPartEd, boot it and you can modify the system partitions that are normally locked when the system is in use. Source: over 1 year ago
  • How to i transfer OS from one drive to other
    Might be late, but use this and this. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Need help installing ChromeOS Flex on a Toshiba Satellite c660-14W
    Some drives especially toshiba have weird formatting. Boot with Source: over 1 year ago
  • Extending C: drive on Windows Server 2003
    Apart from that, bootable Linux CD/ISO gparted will resize, move, rework partitions (including Windows ones) if you can tolerate the downtime. (Mandatory "have a backup" even though it's never screwed things up for me to need one). Source: over 1 year ago
  • Dell Laptop - Can't extend main system partition to unallocated space next to it
    Usually when I have to do something like this I boot gparted where you'll be able to move partitions around. Source: over 1 year ago
  • root partition too small ... (reading up about parted makes me nervous)
    It ended up being even easier: has an ISO that boots linux, X and has gparted. I just added 20g to my root partition. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Help please
    Windows cannot natively see ext partitions, so try using a partition manager like THIS one. I've had a lot of luck with this one. You may want to check out gParted, it is a very powerful partitioning software that was ported from Linux to Windows and other platforms. Hope this helps bro. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Can I use a wireless kbm in windows on the steam deck?
    Tbh, you sound like me the first time I tried Linux--I was so afraid to modify the hard drive on my Windows (XP--just to date this anecdote) laptop I tried running Fedora on an external hard drive--like, one of those Western Digital towers that go to sleep when they haven't been used for a minute. What an awful experience that was. Didn't take me long to work up the guts to fire up GParted and just resize my... Source: over 1 year ago

External sources with reviews and comparisons of GParted

5 Best Free Partition Managers for Windows
For Windows, GParted can be used inside any of your favourite Linux distribution’s Live USB, or you can just download GParted’s own bootable ISO. Because it doesn’t require an operating system to run (the GParted ISO has its own OS), you can use the GParted’s boot CD/DVD, or USB to partition your brand new disk as well.
Top 6 Partition Managers (CLI + GUI) for Linux
I have used fdisk, cfdisk and GParted for years. While fdisk may be more versatile, I prefer GParted because of its GUI.
10 Best Free Disk Partition Software Tools
Like GParted, Cute Partition Manager doesn't run from within the OS. Instead, you must install it to a bootable device like a disc or a flash drive. This means you can use it even if you don't have an operating system installed at all.

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