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dsenette

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well you can test the boot speed inside the VMware appliance...you can't "boot" to vmware from shutdown...you have to be inside of windows first...you can "estimate" the boot speed from the VMWare boot though

Yeah, I suppose so too - but I am afraid it doesn't, so I'm waiting for a techie to reply. Thanks though ^_^

it does....that's what partition magic is for...

if you really want to repartition and resize etc....then check out GParted it's free and does the same (if not better in some respects)....their documentation is spectacular as well..

before doing anything with your partitions you need to back up anything important....defrag THOROUGHLY....and run checkdisk before and after the modifications
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Oh, ok, thanks a lot dsenette ^_^ this piece of info really helped. I'll go on with the defrag, backup is already in my external.

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