Ok, I know there are many topics on this but I just need clear cut answer.
Simply, how do I extend C:\ up to end of unallocated space WITHOUT DATA LOSS?
I've done my research and MS KB says you cannot since dynamic volume is on system volume.
There is lots of other posts says you can using different methods but it's not clear to me nor has more than 5 points. So I'm a bit unsure, and I would think this would be a very popular question. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
UPDATE : More info in addtion to pauska's anwwer and other's comments
Resizing a Dynamic System Partition on Windows 2003 - for Free : seems to be worth a try
I ended up spending some money on tool to turn dynamic into basic disk since it was important enough (mostly b/c too lazy to follow WinPE =)).
Backuped first -> Dynamic to Basic -> GParted to extend the basic disk -> finally from Windows changed it back to dynamic.