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    Oen Gparted and right click on /dev/sda2 block. Select 'Resize'. Move handler to Left size and click on Apply button.
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    Quote Originally Posted by devils_casper View Post
    Oen Gparted and right click on /dev/sda2 block. Select 'Resize'. Move handler to Left size and click on Apply button.
    Every time I try to resize I get this error message "The following operation could not be applied to disk: Resizing /dev/sda2 from 38.25 GiB to 11.72 GiB."

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    Post the output of df -h command.
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    Quote Originally Posted by devils_casper View Post
    Post the output of df -h command.
    Here it is.
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    I'll try to post a bigger picture or I'll type everything down devils_casper.

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    I'll try to post a bigger picture or I'll type everything down devils_casper.
    Its Ok. I had to check the mount status only.

    How much data do you have in NTFS partition? Try to shrink NTFS partition from 38.25 GiB to 25 GB.
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    Quote Originally Posted by devils_casper View Post
    Its Ok. I had to check the mount status only.

    How much data do you have in NTFS partition? Try to shrink NTFS partition from 38.25 GiB to 25 GB.
    I have only about 6 GB in my NTFS partition and I tried to shrink my NTFS partition from 38.25 GiB to 25 GiB, but once again I can't seem to resize my hard drive. Do I have to defrag my hard drive, in Windows, in order to resize my hard drive?

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    I'm still having trouble resizing my HD. devils_casper do you or anybody else knows what the problem is?

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    This is really strange problem. Are using GParted LiveCD or Gparted package available in Ubuntu LiveCD?
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    Quote Originally Posted by devils_casper View Post
    This is really strange problem. Are using GParted LiveCD or Gparted package available in Ubuntu LiveCD?
    I'm using GParted in Ubuntu LiveCD.

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