Resize drives on a server.

I work for a small non-profit tutoring center that operates mostly by charity. The server runs Windows 2003 and has one 300 GB drive. Only 12 GB of that was original allocated to the C drive and the rest was allocated to a data drive. The C-drive has run out of space.

I would like to be able to change the sizes of the drives without losing any data. My budget is under $100 if I need to buy software. Any suggestions?
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  1. you dont need to buy any special software. boot off of an ubuntu or fedora live CD and then you can resize the partitions with gparted.
  2. nhasian said:
    you dont need to buy any special software. boot off of an ubuntu or fedora live CD and then you can resize the partitions with gparted.


    I downloaded and created an Ubuntu CD. It let me change the sizes of the non-boot partitions, but it is not letting me make my boot partition any larger. I also tried the Unbuntu application gparted.
  3. Best answer selected by marktwayne.
  4. Partition Assistant Lite did do everything I needed.
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