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hmm, try using qtparted which can be found on knoppix livecd to resize the drive. Leave the new partition either as empty space or format it as ext3 or similar....
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    hmm, try using qtparted which can be found on knoppix livecd to resize the drive. Leave the new partition either as empty space or format it as ext3 or similar.
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    Ok I'll try that and let you know, thanks for the idea.

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