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- Shrinking NTFS partition
- n o s p a m p l e a s e
April 9, 2005, 7:38 pm
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I have WinXP on disk C that is NTFS. On a part of disk D [a separate
hard disk] I have installed LINUX and the rest of disk D is formatted
Since Linux can write a file on NTFS, I need to create a FAT32
I installed partition magic but it shows that whole of disk D is bad.
How do I shrink NTFS partition on disk D to create a FAT32 partition?
Re: Shrinking NTFS partition
n o s p a m p l e a s e wrote:
qtparted (for linux) is like partition magic.
Otherwise you can use the 1 cd-rom of the linux mandrake distribution, which
comes with a partition program, boot with it and continue with the
instalation since you make the partitions, then abort :-)