I'm going to give the nod to a bigger drive then this kit to clone the drive. I own this one and the supplied software allowed me to resize the target partitions.
You could also wipe out your Windows 8 totally, resize like you did before and try again.
In parting, 10GB is sadly about 10X too small for such work. I usually give Windows about 120GB per OS when doing this work.
-> There's also Virtual Box which works around such testing in another way.
Hey all, listen I'm having an issue.
I dual boot Windows 8 on my Windows 7 harddrive which I created a second partition just for Win 8. I added an extra 10gb of space beyond the required space for the installation. Somehow, that did not worked because there is a massive updates that I had to install so apparently I have no more room. Is there way to increase the partition on the win 8 so i can do the updates and install a couple of programs to test win 8? Thanks.