Fix error: There's not enough space available on the disk to complete this operation!!

Description: Fix error: There's not enough space available on the disk to complete this operation!! The situation is that I bought a new SSD and transferred the win from the HDD to the SSD finished off. I reformat the old win drive and delete the volume of the old C drive of the HDD. Done e Extend Volume, the error message "There is not enough space available on the disk to complete this operation."

Fix error: There's not enough space available on the disk to complete this operation!! The situation is that I bought a new SSD and transferred the win from the HDD to the SSD finished off. I reformat the old win drive and delete the volume of the old C drive of the HDD. Done e Extend Volume, the error message "There is not enough space available on the disk to complete this operation." I have tried the MiniTool Partition but it does not show the HDD as it says bad disk. In my computer still has enough drive D but lost the empty data of old C drive new delete. I help you with. Thank you.
Fix error: There's not enough space available on the disk to complete this operation!!


Home does not support Dynamic Disk you transfer to Pro / Srv / Ent / Tech you

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You do not understand what kind of installation you have to convert the entire drive to the Dynamic Disk, so you can delete only using diskpart or third party software.

The easiest way is to download the MiniTool Partition Wizard Professional Edition on a 450 MB hard disk and convert the Dynamic Disk to Basic Disk, Delete the Recovery Partition at the end of DISK 1, which is no longer working anymore. Divide the drive C: Disk 0, cut a space to move the Recovery Partition DISK 1 to DISK 0 and reconfigure the BCD Store to reactivate the recovery factory.

Do not convert to Basic Disk because your D: drive is in a special case. The Simple Volume consists of only one segment where the D: Simple Volume drive is in two different paragraphs: 390.6GB + 1MB.

If you are going to use a perl solution: unallocated create a new Simple Volume called F: then copy drive D: drive to C :, E :, F :, then delete drive D :, then Convert DISK 0 to Basic Disk 1, then resize / divide / resize / expand / merge / split and copy the data back to DISK 1.

To try it out, you can try Rebuild MBR DISK 1 but do not recommend