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# 40871 5-Sep-2009 18:23
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Does anyone know of any good partitioning software... forgot to make one when installing windows :(
Main problem has been 64bit compatibility... could possibly also be a windows 7 problem.




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  # 253435 5-Sep-2009 19:34
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What exactly is your problem?

You must have at least one partition if you have an OS installed.

Are you looking for a non-destructive repartitioner?









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  # 253587 6-Sep-2009 18:10
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Well i got windows 7 release candidate so come march I'm probably going to be getting the retail copy when mine expires.
Yes everything is in one big partition, and since I don't have another hard drive thats big enough for all my stuff I was wondering if there was any software that can create a partition without reformatting my hard drive, a non destructive partitioner as you said.




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Home Theatre: 32" loewe CRT, Harmon kardon amp, dvd player, image 418 speakers, rega planar 25 turntable :)

 
 
 
 


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  # 253595 6-Sep-2009 18:40
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Since Vista (including Win 7) the standard inbuilt disk management tool has been able to shrink partitions to make space to create another partition on disks.

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  # 253636 6-Sep-2009 21:55
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Never knew that, thanks guys




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