Partition changes

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Jim Blacklock
Joined: Apr 29 2001

When my current system was set up my C drive was partitioned into a 4GB C drive & a 29GB E drive and a further separate hard file was designated as D drive for video only. XP was installed on the C partition and all my other applications were installed on the E partition. I'm now finding that I get regular messages saying that the C partition is running short of space. This totally slows my system. There is considerable free space on the E drive. Is there any way I can repartition the hard file without uninstalling and then reinstalling XP & my applications ?

Alan Roberts
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Joined: May 3 1999

Norton, Partition Magic.l That'll do it.

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Alan Craven
Joined: Jan 26 2001

At the present price of hard drives, why not clone your operating system partitition to a larger partition on a larger hard drive, while you re at it?