Hard drive partition

  stumpy69 18:39 09 Nov 04

HI, I'm running XP home upgrade on top of Me. I have a 80GB HD and when I checked on the disk managment I find I have 2 partitions on it. One says 1.00GB unallocated and the other says (C:) 73.52GB NTFS. How do I get it back to one whole disk without any partitions. And also I know you get a warning when installing XP about NTFS and FAT32, is there a awy of turning it back to FAT32 cos some of my older progs, including webcam, dont seem to want to work with NTFS. I will be grateful for all suggestions. Cheers

  powerless 18:45 09 Nov 04

You would have to format to revert back to FAT32. Or you use a third party app to revert back.

To make one big partiton again you would have to format.

Or you could use a third party app.

click here

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