Can I enlarge the C: partition without it being too risky? If I do, should I combine C, D and E? Or can I skip partitions and combine C, and F? I have Partition Magic software. Here is a summary of my drive space.
C: 8.59G / 459 MB available
D: 2.17G / 1.8G available (this was to be a CD burning drive)
E: 21.9G / 14.0G available
F: 22.9G / 12.8G available
How can I best organize the disk space that I have? Note: this Windows XP desktop is about 6 years old now, and still runs very reliably.
Thanks for the advice!
Oops----just ran Belarc and I have more descriptive info on the drives. I see that the 250G drive is split into 4, so edited out my question on why I was only seeing 60G of that.
According to BELARC:
c: (FAT32 on drive 0) 9.43 GB 477 MB free
d: (FAT32 on drive 0) 2.34 GB 1.94 GB free
e: (FAT32 on drive 0) 23.59 GB 15.09 GB free
f: (FAT32 on drive 0) 24.62 GB 13.75 GB free
j: (NTFS on drive 1) 62.91 GB 47.75 GB free (these last 4 are on an external backup drive)
k: (NTFS on drive 1) 62.91 GB 62.25 GB free
l: (NTFS on drive 1) 62.91 GB 62.84 GB free
m: (NTFS on drive 1) 61.31 GB 61.24 GB free
Thanks for your thoughts on my best strategy here.
Edited by JudyLou, 01 September 2008 - 01:36 PM.