|I have a 160gb hard drive in my computer, and I purchased a 650gb drive to replace the smaller one with. I’m using Win XP Pro.|
I cloned the smaller drive to the larger drive using Clonezilla and everything appeared to be fine for a day or so, so I started wiping the smaller drive to use it as a spare drive, but now I think I have a problem.
Depending on what I look at, I see two different capacities for this new larger drive. If I right click on the drive’s properties, I see the capacity of the older, smaller drive, but if I go to the administrative tools, go to computer management, and then go to disk management, I see the capacity that it is suppose to have within “DISK 0”.
Is there anything that I can do to get the properties (or everything) to read the correct capacity? I’m worried that the conflict could lead to problems or issues sometime down the road.
I guess that I should add that this drive is partitioned into three areas. Clonezilla did this and I guess it was because of the former drive. The three partitions are 3.75gb unallocated, (C: drive) 581.13gb NTFS, and (D: drive) 15.01 NTFS. The D: drive holds recovery information, and there is also a capacity difference issue with it as well.