>> First, are you logged in with an administrator account? Next, when you
>> right click on C: what exactly is "grayed-out"? Is it "Extend Volume"
>> option? Can you select the "Shrink Volume" option? Is the unallocated
>> space on the right side or the left side of C: ?
> Yes, I am the admin for this account. Well it wont let me click on extend;
> but is does have the option it just wont let me. It will let me shrink it,
> but why would I do that? The unallocated space is left to my E drive which
> left to my C drive.
> Thank you.
Here's the deal. A partition can only be "extended" into unallocated space
on the right side. To use space on the left side the partition has to be
"moved" and the Vista Disk Manager can't do it. You need a third party
partition manager, such as BootIT NG that can move partitions as well as
resize them. I haven't used BootIT NG, but you may be able to tell it to do
both operations at once - push the button and come back in a couple of hours
(maybe three hours <g>). You may want to make a disk image before you
start. I've never had problems with partition management, but if something
goes wrong I doubt there's any way to get the it back. Hope this helps.
Check the link below. http://www.terabyteunlimited.com/bootitng.html