Alright, so I have some unallocated space on my drive that I want to add to my linux partiton.
The problem is that I cannot resize the Linux partition. However, I can resize the C partition (for Windows). Probably makes sense because I was trying to do it from Windows, so it doesnt recognize the linux partition.
But the problem is that I cannot get gparted to work. I have tried it on Mint (my linux distro) and on a portable disk. I get an error where the entire drive is unallocated.When I double click the drive inside gparted, it says "Unable to satisfy all constraints on the partition". I did some research, most people are saying that using Fixparts may fix it, but it could end up making matters worse, and it seems very complex.
I may just have to uninstall Linux, make a new (bigger) partition and go from there, but I'd really rather not. Thanks for your time, any help is appreicated.