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How is it possible to resize(repartition) my HD

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Hey, I recently lost some of my important documents and have 2 partitions. I am currently using D:(which is about 10gb) and C: which is not in use. C: is not used currently and has a corrupted version of windows XP in it, along with files and stuff I have recovered from it. OK, I have almost run out of space on D: so I need to resize C: (approx 60gb) and make it part of D: so that it is the largest.

Both drives have XP Home on them.

Any help is appreciated. Also, for some reason I get an error when I use the search, so if there are already topics about this please direct me to it.
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please visit this BOOTDISK. Read the articles on HOW TO GUIDES FOR WINDOWS XP --> Partition/Format Your Hard Drive.

Or you may want to review Partition Manager or Partition Magic 8.0
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