Not able to copy a partition

Discussion in 'Paragon Partition Manager Product Line' started by MadMaddin, Nov 27, 2010.

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  1. MadMaddin

    MadMaddin Registered Member

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    hello
    first of all sry for my bad english

    i installed paragon partition manager 11 free edition
    i wanted to make a copy of my C: partition
    but it says: "The wizard could not fin unallocated block of sufficient size to copy to"
    i would like to copy the partition to an external hard disk

    pls could anybody help me ?
     
  2. SIW2

    SIW2 Registered Member

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    You have to copy into unallocated space.

    For safety resons , Paragon won't allow copy to an existing partition.

    If you have an existing partition you want to use as the target, delete it first.
     
  3. ativet

    ativet Registered Member

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    Hi I have exactly the same problem. Although i cleared and reserved about 49gb unallocated space for copying a 30 gb of partition. PM11 personal still says theres not enough space for copying. WHY WHY WHY ? o_O
     
  4. Mech_An

    Mech_An Registered Member

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    Could you please paste here a screenshot of main Paragon Window where source & target disks are shown?
    Did you use RAW partition copy option?
     
  5. Scotty43

    Scotty43 Registered Member

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    Hi Mech_An! Hunted you down here from an old post in order to thank you for posting that link to a page on Adaptive Restore 2010 that had a link to the manual, which I badly needed and couldn't find on Paragon's site. [Some forums have a button for appreciations at the bottom of each post. Wonder if that's ever been considered here? Thanks again! And I've added you to my Buddy List - if I can ever return the favor, don't hesitate to ask.]
     
  6. Mech_An

    Mech_An Registered Member

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    Hi Scotty43

    You are welcome and thank you for kind words :) Glad to know my posts are helpful.
     
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