New Volume from Free Unpartitioned space

Microsoft Windows 7 ultimate 32-bit
November 16, 2010 at 04:51:17
Specs: Windows 7, 3GB
when i have installed window 7 then during formatting i have deleted a partition of 50GB(because it consist Ubantu 9.10 and i have to remove that).
Now i m not able to recover my 50GB space. My computer shows this space as free space unpartitioned data.
I have already tried in Disk Management Tools to create a new Volume but fails every time by showing not enough space.
then please suggest me another method if exist ............
u also can mail me at chillabhishek@gmail.com
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#1
November 16, 2010 at 19:08:55
Did you try a slightly smaller amount, like 48GB to see if that works? If not, Download the utilities from your hard drive manufacturer, burn a bootable CD and boot to it, partition, and format.

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#2
November 16, 2010 at 20:54:07
ya i have already tried with little amount.10GB, 30GB 48GB 50GB
but all fails

and also tried with the new setup of window 7 with repair option
and also tried new intallation in free 50GB space
but all fails
I cant loose my all data of Laptop so please suggest me a method sothat my problem is solved withour loosing data


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#3
November 17, 2010 at 15:06:52
you shouldn't be doing ANYTHING until you have a complete backup of all of your data.

What the ubuntu partition before or after the OS partition

Then can you post a picture what it looks like in disk managment for your disk?

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#4
November 17, 2010 at 19:47:23
Absolutely back up before ANY partitioning, it always contains some risk. Your hard drive manufacturer knows your drive best!!! They will have for download FREE tools to test and format your hard drive (even just part of it). With a little care (and back up security) you should be able to use their utility to create the new partition and format it without problem.
There is also a program you can download called BootIt NG that has a powerful partitioning tool that may help you. you can download it without paying, but after reading the instructions carefully, you can try, but if you use it successfully, you are asked to pay a fee and then you can keep and use it as needed.

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If all else fails, read instructions.


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