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c is 20g
d is 180 g
free is me

thanks again best site ever
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c which i assume is the bad one is 20g
d which is newer is 160g with 13g free
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Download and create a system rescue cd, it is a linux cd with all kinds of useful utilities, including the two you will need

http://www.sysresccd.org/Main_Page

You will use PartIMage to image the drive from the c to the d, then use QTParted to enlarge the partition from 20gb to 180--or, you can leave the first partition as is and add more partitions through disk manager in windows

Note: this will work better if you have the c: drive and d: drive on different controllers.

And, you should note, that this should be done soon, since when that message starts appearing you have time, but not a lot before the drive dies
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sorry but how? do i create a disk
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See, this is kinda where that easy and cost something or free, but more complicated thing comes in

Get the file
Download for x86 (PC)

This will be an ISO file

Now, go here
http://isorecorder.a...isorecorder.htm

Get the ISO recorder for YOUR VERSION of windows xp...there is a sp1, sp2 and x64 version

Install it.

right click the above iso file, and choose COPY TO CD...Of course, place a blank cd in the drive
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thanks alot
whats the easy pay? new hd if so , i just backed up the full hard
drive onto 3 dvds will this help me?
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