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I Have Vista Home Premium, with a single hard drive partition. I want to partition the drive and copy all but the operating system from the © drive. How can I tell what are the windows operating files so that I can copy all others to the (d). I have 410 GB free of 596 total.
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Why do you want to do this? What are you trying to accomplish?

I use GPartED(Gnome Partition Editor), a windows version of a Linux tool. Partition Wizard is another good tool for this.
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