It seems GParted is giving problems with FAT32 partitions. I am using the latest Gparted Live Disk from their site.
But whenever I try to resize my EFI system Partition which is formatted using Fat32, I get the error-:
"GNU Parted cannot resize this partition to this size. We're working on"
Now one of the solutions is to install dosfstools alongside Gparted but I don't know how that will be possible in my case since I am using a Live USB of GParted.
Any other tools on linux that can deal with fat32 correctlty. Gparted seems to be able to deal with NTFS correctly.
My current partition layout on my 1 TB HDD is as follows-:
EFI System Partition (100 MB FAT32) Unallocated (250 MB) Windows Drive(199 GB NTFS) Unallocated (~720 GB)
When I try to increase the size of my EFI partition my trying to merge it with the unallocated 250 MB I get the error that it is not possible.