FREE Partitioning Software please...

  Major Disaster 19:18 14 Feb 06
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Any idea where i can find some free hard drive partitioning software?

Thanks

  wobblymike 19:21 14 Feb 06

How about a Win 98 boot disc - it's basic, its free and it will do what you want as long as you are aware that you will lose everything on the disc when you partition and format

  Major Disaster 19:32 14 Feb 06

Thanks for the idead, but i dont have a win 98 boot disk and was looking for something a little more user friendly!

any more ideas?

  wobblymike 19:36 14 Feb 06

maxblast3 if you have a maxtor hdd or seagate disc wizard if you have a seagate drive - both downloadable free

  GaT7 19:37 14 Feb 06

A few free ones here click here (& scroll down). Don't know how good (or bad) they are as I haven't personally tried any. G

  keith-236785 19:56 14 Feb 06

ranish partition manager click here is a free partitioning prog, i use paragon partition manager which was free on a cover disc a few months ago. try a google for paragon, there may be a trial version you could try.

  Hertz Van Rentyl 20:04 14 Feb 06

From your other thread ; if you are going to use the partition for backup using Acronis True Image then the Acronis Secure Zone will be ideal. This is a partition, you can control the size and it is completely outside of Windows interferance and is hidden. I also think it would simplify the creation of your backup, but of course it is your choice. You can get Acronis TI version 8 from Amazon for about £16 delivered, price has dropped since version 9 rolled out.

  GaT7 20:13 14 Feb 06

True Image 8 from Amazon is up again unfortunately - £26.99 click here.

Acronis Disk Director Suit 9.0 is available at just under £15 (incl del) from click here. G

  Hertz Van Rentyl 20:33 14 Feb 06

Rotten suds proving too popular obviously

  Hertz Van Rentyl 20:34 14 Feb 06

Still available,where I got mine
click here

  GaT7 20:45 14 Feb 06

"Still available,where I got mine" - missed that, doh!

How much do they charge for P+P though? Ta, G

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