(08-16-2015, 07:38 AM)lover2go Wrote: So, I have installed WinToUSB on a 64gb flash drive and love it.
I have ended up with two virtual drives on the same flash drive. I don't know if that is the way it was designed or if that is something I did during the install process.
Here is what I have:
WinToUSB (C - 593 MB free of 13.9 GB
WinToUSB (D - 45.5 GB free of 59.6 GB
It seems every app I install and all of the Windows updates are eating up the (C virtual drive and eventually I won't have any space left.
Disk Management says I have this
Disk6: WinToUSB (D 59.61 GB NTSF - Healthy (System, Active, Primary Partition)
Disk 8: WinToUSB (C 13.99 GB NTFS - Healthy (Boot, Active, Crash Dump, Primary Partition)
My question is, how can I move space from the (D virtual drive over to the (C virtual drive to give me more space?
Two steps to solve this problem:
1. Resize WinToUSB.vhd in D:
2. Extend the disk volume C:
You'd better backup WinToUSB.vhd before resizing it.
How to Resize vhd disk and Extend disk volume in vhd disk, please refer to the following link for more information: