Posted 29 May 2005 - 01:38 AM
If you really
want to do it you need to use a partitioning utlity like Partition Magic. There may be trial software available but i think you will find they do not actually finish the changes, they just let you practice.
There is some risk involved in doing this and it would be as well to have your system backed up before you try to make any changes.
Perhaps a better idea would be to clean out your XP partition with CCleaner and use the 2nd partition for your documents/photos/music/etc like Enthusiast
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