First post, by clueless1
I found this a bit odd. A couple of weeks ago I did a clean install of WinME on an 80GB drive. I did no prior partitioning and assumed it gave the OS the entire 80GB. But after a couple of weeks (yes, I really should pay closer attention!) I noticed that my C: partition was only 16GB in size. Taking a look at the drive under Gparted, it gives me the warning
58.53GiB of unallocated space within the partition. To grow the file system to fill the partition, select the partition and choose the menu item: Partition-->Check
My plan is to clone the drive first, then grow the file system on the copy.
I thought that if anything, I'd hit a 32GB FAT32 limit, not 16GB. But I thought that WinME fixed that and allowed partitions up to 128GB.
The more I learn, the more I realize how much I don't know.
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