Have HP Pavillion M7360n with HD 300GB. The HD is partitioned C having 289 GB space with 266 GB Free NTFS D having 8.51GB space with 1.0427 Free FAT 32 LBA Unallocated space is 7.44 MB Want to increase space on D Drive from C drive. Disk Director 9 build 554 will not allow? True Image 9 Build 3677 will not allow clone to work as it comes back with message that there are errors on the disk.. The only error found is in Defragmenter with the following results. Acronis True Image Home failed to move your data because your new hard drive does not have enough free space to complete the operation. The reasons follow. 1. Some of your partitions contain errors. We recommend you reboot your operating system and correct these errors. For example, start the Check Disk utility if you use Windows. 2. Your new hard disk is much smaller than the old one. Make sure you've selected the correct old hard disk. If you have chosen the "As Is" option on the previous page, go back and try to select another option. If I try BackUp the following error message comes up. “Some partitions contain errors and can be imaged only sector-by-sector. It is recommended that you exit Acronis True Image Home and check the partitions with your system's disk-checking tools. Are you sure you want to continue with imaging?” The External USB2.0 HD is a Maxtor 250 GB HD with nothing on it? Formatted as NTFS by winXP ( But shows up as 233.76 GB in Disk Management ) (where is 16.24 GB Gone?) Disk Defragmenter comes back with the following message.; Volume HP_Recovery (D) has only 12% free space available for use by disk defragmenter. To run effectively, disk defragmenter requires at least 15% usable free space. There is not enough disk space to properly complete the operation. Delete some unneeded files on your HD and try again. (Yet is goes through as if defragmented ) Is it because of Fat 32 vs NTFS on D Drive?. Would it do any harm or difference to make D drive NTFS? If both were NTFS than could I increase the D. Drive and enable Cloning.