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cannot creater anew volume in vista

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cannot creater anew volume in vista
i have following partitions:
c: 102.23gb healthy (windows vista)
d: 53.67gb healthy (logical derive)
e: 9.9gb healthy (HP_RECOVERY)
s: 49.71gb healthy (primary partition)

10.29gb (free space)green color,left side of d: drive
7.07gb (unallocated space)black color ,right side of d: drive
when i want to create a new volume of these two free space the following error occurs :
there is not enough space available on the disk(s) to complete this operation
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