Problem description: I’m using Windows 7, and all disks are dynamic disks. In addition, there is no unallocated space left, but the space is allocated unreasonably. To be specific, some partitions are too large while others are so small. Therefore, I want to know how to resize dynamic disk volume in Windows 7. Is Windows 7 built-in disk management tool available?
Solution: aiming at your description, we suggest using third-party partition manager to resize dynamic volume, because system built-in Disk Management tool will not work well to your problem. Firstly, it does not support operating FAT partition. Secondly, it will fail to extend volume if there is no unallocated space after and contiguous to target partition.
First of all, users need to download an excellent partition manager from the internet. If users do not know which partition software is available, try using MiniTool Partition Wizard. Next, let’s use this professional partition tool to resize dynamic disk volume in Windows 7.
Step 1: launch the partition manager to open its main interface:
Step 2: select the volume which needs resizing and choose a suitable function from the left action panel. Since resizing volume includes 2 operations, namely extending volume and shrinking volume, here we take extending volume for example. To extend dynamic disk volume, users need to choose the function “Extend Partition”.
Step 3: take free space from other volumes to extend the target volume and drag sliding button to decide how much free space to take.
Step 4: click “Apply” button to apply all changes to computer.
After application, users will be successful to resize dynamic disk volume in Windows 7. If your disk space use ratio is unbalanced, download this partition manager to resize volume reasonably.