Her er en metode jeg har funnet på nettet som bruker Gparted live CD, jeg har brukt denne metoden selv.
1. Boot the system with the Gparted live CD.
2. Select the parition you are wanting to resize and choose (Move/Resize)
3. Shrink the volume by some amount, the smaller you shrink it the faster it will copy during the move step. I usually shrink it a GB or so larger than the amount of data on the drive.
4. Move the partition to right by a few MB's to free up space at the start of the disk.
5. Once the move completes, exit Gparted, not the entire live CD, just the Gparted application
6. Start the terminal window on the live CD
7. In the command window type 'parted /dev/sda' (substitute your actual device here) to start the command line parted editor
8. Create a new partition at the start of the disk to fill in the space up to the section where you want to align your parition. For example, if you want your system partition to start at sector 2048, create a very small partition that takes up space from sectors 63-2047. The command would be something like this:
mkpart primary 63s 2047s
9. Exit parted and restart the Gparted GUI by clicking the Gparted icon.
10. Use the Move/Resize option to resize the NTFS partition to fill the entire remaining space. As pointed out by several users, you MUST uncheck the "Round to Cylinders" option prior to this. I guess I thought this was obvious since we're trying to align to a specific sector but that's why I'm not a documentation writer.
11. Exit gparted, run parted again, remove the small partition you created earlier and reboot.
I Windows 7 må du starte fra installasjons DVD og reparere Windows.