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Robyncr

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My Sister In Law has a Visio computer about 3 years old. The hard drive is partitioned C and D drives. My question or her question to me was..... when she got the computer it was set up with windows xp and they made the c drive smaller than the d drive and the operating system of course is on c drive. Is there any way of changing the drives to make c drive bigger without having to format the hard drive and repartitioning it? Thanks in advance for any help.
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Hello brother,
by Partition Magic you can resize the partitions without destroying data.

Good Luck.
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you could also use GParted which is alot.....well free-er than partition magic and does the same job
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any particular reason to make the c drive bigger...
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