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To partition of my hd

I've tried alot for partition, even I've used all DM collection eventually it is not done. What should I done? should I used Fujitsu DM, if yes then where it is located in websites,

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    What exactly are you trying to accomplish with partitioning your HD?

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By installtion of new xp, it will ask for managment of harddisk, you can change of make new partion there.

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