Partitioning HDD??

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  1. shwetanshu

    shwetanshu New Member

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    How can i partition my HDD thru DOS and can u plz also advice some good sofware to do so??? i need a step by step tutorial. Plz.
     
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    If you have a Seagate HDD , then use the Seagate Disk Manager.
     
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    where can i get seagate disk manager, mine is SATA hard disk, i need to re-partion my hard disk without re-installing xp, is thr any freeware available for it
     
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    infra_red_dude Wire muncher!

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    Gparted is the answer to all your queries! Tho, its not exactly DOS based (its a bootable Linux disc) it gets the work pretty much done and easily :)

    BTW, don't trust any software if it says that it can resize your partition without data loss!
     
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    saqib_khan I M A *STAR*

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    Hey how is parted magic 3.0? Which is better Gparted or parted magic???
     
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    use paratition magic its best and easy to use
     
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