Posted 29 March 2010 - 06:24 AM
Yes, unallocated space must be immediately adjacent to the partition you want to expand into it. So as Wildabeast says, you can delete the intervening partitions (losing their contents), enlarge the C: drive then re-create them. But I guess you would want to avoid this as it would be necessary to re-install Linux.
The alternative would be to move the Linux partitions along into the unallocated space to expose as much as you want to add to C:, but you'd want to be sure PM can do this without destroying your multi-boot functionality. Like Wildabeast, it's been so long since I use PM for anything, I've no idea whether Version 8 can accomplish it successfully - it was released in 2004 and I believe its support for EXT3 was limited.
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