Resize my drive

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  1. rohan

    rohan New Member

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    I have 3 drives: c:/ - 20GB, D:/ - 13GB, G:/ - Linux(hda5) - 13GB, E:/ - 15GB and more than 100GB free, unutilized space. I want to resize my Linux partition(ext2) and my C:/ partition(NTFS) both to 20GB and 40GB respectively without losing any data on any of the drives. I am using Windows XP MCE and Fedora Core 4. Please help. Thanks a lot.
     
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    Umm hard and risky... try Partition Manager, but still the risk exists...
     
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    Try Partition manager or Magic Partition 8...but its still risky..its not always safe....
     
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