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how do I manage partitions


tesfred

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Please help, I have bought a computer with a 40 gb hard drive, it as been partioned into 2, a 10 gb master (C) and a 30 gb partion (D). How can I resize it so that it is a complete 40 gb hard drive? Many thanks. tesfred1944

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rawprawn

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What is the Operating System

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rawprawn

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Windows 7 or Vista Reisize Partition

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tesfred

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Windows XP

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rawprawn

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You need a partition manager, try this free one http://tinyurl.com/p2yvfd

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tesfred

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Many thanks rawprawn, it worked a treat, I now have the full 40 gb working on my computer. Once again, my sincere thanks for your help. Tesfred1944.

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rawprawn

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tesfred I'm glad you are sorted. RP

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Karakorum

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You may regret not keeping your personal files on a separate partition to your Windows System if you ever have a crash and have to do a system restore.

If everything is on one partition your personal files will get wiped when Windows wipes the System partition and replaces them with new System files.

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Karakorum

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Sorry, I meant if you ever have to do a system 'Re-install'.

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