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Splitting a 80 gig hdd into 2 sections

I have an 80 gig hdd. The C:/ hdd has about 5 gig, and the G:/split has 75 gig. How do I orginise to change the C:/ into 60 gig and the G:/ into 20 gig? Thank You

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Re: splitting a 80 gig hdd into 2 sections

Hello douglasc, You will have to repartition your hard drive. I would suggest the use of an application called partition magic. It will allow you to partition your hard drive even though the OS is present on the system. It does this by first defragmenting your hard drive and the putting the unused sectors together and the used sectors together this way it makes the division of the sections easier. Now once the hard drive is defragmented it allows you to section the drive into different logical hard drives. Follow the instructions from the documentation and you will have a successful repartitioning. Thank you, Shuttle83

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