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    Default There is not enough space available on the disk(s) to complete this operation

    If you receive a There is not enough space available on the disk(s) to complete this operation message when you go on to resize a partition, there could be two possible solutions for this issue:

    1. As the disk pre-configured by OEM may have conflicts with disk management tool in Windows, you should try some 3rd party tool to re-partition the disk.
    2. You may try to delete a less important partition created already and merge the space together to create a new partition with proper drive letter.

    Read more about this at: FSUtil and Diskpart.

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    is it useful to transfer some files to a portable hard disk? you know, just try to release some space for the operating disk(I don't know how to explain it)

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    Only if they are data files.

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