How to take place at Linux and give it Windows?

At the same time it is Linux Mint and Windows 7. On Windows the location is over, and Linux still have 100 GB free. Is it possible somehow to cut off Linux, the place to make it extra disc for Windows?

I tried using GParted (in Linux) and a standard application in windows (disk management), but there seems to be offers to tear down Linux. Is it possible without removing Linux to allocate space for Windows? What are needed for this program?

July 8th 19 at 11:44
3 answers
July 8th 19 at 11:46
Gparted in Linux has not earned simply because you are going to change the same section, which is now booted. Boot from LiveCD - safely reduce the section. And, apparently, combine the rest of the stub is 7.7 GB, which you have in the fourth Chapter. The disk is most likely broken under the MBR, and the partition can only be four.
Or is it the Linux swap? Then I have possibly bad news...

A Windows ext partition, of course, can only remove. It with nothing but his two and a half formats, could never work. Strange it is and assume.
July 8th 19 at 11:48
To install gparted in linux, and using it to shrink a partition. If it is systemic, it is the same thing only using the live cd. And then the Acronis Windows to add a section.
July 8th 19 at 11:50
Booted with LiveCD or LiveUSB and use Acronis Disk Director

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