Resizing a hard drive

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arar
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Resizing a hard drive

Post by arar » Sat Mar 25, 2006 12:52 pm

Oops, I swapped my 5400 40 gig drive for a 7200 60 gig one using ghost 10..the only thing is, i forgot to use the resize option, and my new drive is only readin as a 40gig..is there anyway of sorting this without repeating the whole processes again?

I reluctant to do this as Live and MW required validation again..I know Live is good for two installs and it asked for validation when I did the copy, worried it will not let me valdiate again

Any help appreciated

Thanks for reading!
AMD 64 x 2 1.8ghz cpu
64mb integ graphics
4 gig ram
120GB 5400 HD
Indigo DJx

Live 7.0.18
Making Waves 5.44
Soundforge 8

yogz
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Post by yogz » Sat Mar 25, 2006 2:33 pm

Not shure for 100% but I think partition magic will do what you need...
about a new autorisation for Live, ask ableton in case, it should be no problem.
by the way, are you happy with the indigo dj card (sound), I'm looking forward to buy it

peace
Live 7.0.14
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arar
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Post by arar » Sat Mar 25, 2006 8:17 pm

Ta much

The indigo dj is a great piece of kit, very good sound quality
AMD 64 x 2 1.8ghz cpu
64mb integ graphics
4 gig ram
120GB 5400 HD
Indigo DJx

Live 7.0.18
Making Waves 5.44
Soundforge 8

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