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Originally Posted by Cabhan To avoid wiping out anything, you simply need to know your own partitions already. If hda1 is Windows, and you want to keep Windows, do NOTHING ...
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- 01-16-2006 #11Originally Posted by Cabhan
Also, ozar, thanks for the tip, I'll get trueimage and use it, it sounds like a great timesaver and a very useful tool that I could use. Is it available for Windows and Linux?
- 01-16-2006 #12
Originally Posted by oosterhouse
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- 01-16-2006 #13Originally Posted by oosterhouse
You need to defrag the partition first, then use a program to do it. I know qtparted does resizing; I don't believe cfdisk does.
- 01-16-2006 #14
Ultimate Boot CD is really helpful for setting up systems, and working with partitions. It has a whole slew of tools for setting up hard drives, partitions, etc, as well as several different versions of fdisk. Its free too
- 01-16-2006 #15
I found that the pclinuxos live cd has diskdrake, which is a really useful partitioner and it allows you to resize.