I've run out of space in my Windows 7 Bootcamp partition and decided that I didn't need it as a separate partition any longer. I would rather just have it as a VM that I could move onto a separate HD. So I ran Parallels and imported the Bootcamp partition into a VM. That worked perfectly. I can now boot my VM in Parallels without issue. My problem comes to the VHD that was created by Parallels. My Bootcamp partition is a 40G partition sitting in a 1T drive. Parallels has imported the drive as a 40G drive, but it still shows up as a 1T partition in Windows and neither Parallels nor Windows allows me to resize the Drive. My whole goal is to be able to increase the size of my VM, but I can't seem to figure out a way to do that. I've tried to delete the "dummy" partitions in the partition table via Windows Device manager, but that has made no difference. I've already run a chkdsk /f/r as a windows admin. I have also ensured that I don't have any snapshots for this VM. This is what I see in Parallels when I try to edit the Disk: This is the output from the Imported BootCamp VM's Device Manager: How do I successfully delete these partitions such that I can resize this drive in Bootcamp?