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Old April 23rd 03, 01:29 AM
ReAX
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Default HDD Partition

No, you cannot extend the system volume. Best posible
way would be to use partition majic or the like.
Although I have never done this, I understand that it
rarely works.
-----Original Message-----
I have a new laptop with 2 partitions. I only want to
have 1 partition. Can I delete the 2nd partition and

add
it to the system partition so that there will be only 1
partition left? Are there any tools that I can use?

Thanks!
.

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Old April 23rd 03, 08:26 AM
Joep
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Default HDD Partition

way would be to use partition majic or the like.
Although I have never done this, I understand that it
rarely works.


Crap. Please remember that where PartitionMagic DOES do the job will not be
posted to any newsgroup, you'll only see situations where either the program
failed or the user messed up.

--
Joep



"ReAX" wrote in message
...
No, you cannot extend the system volume. Best posible
way would be to use partition majic or the like.
Although I have never done this, I understand that it
rarely works.
-----Original Message-----
I have a new laptop with 2 partitions. I only want to
have 1 partition. Can I delete the 2nd partition and

add
it to the system partition so that there will be only 1
partition left? Are there any tools that I can use?

Thanks!
.



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Old April 23rd 03, 02:42 PM
Peter A. Stavrakoglou
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Default HDD Partition

"Joep" wrote in message
...
way would be to use partition majic or the like.
Although I have never done this, I understand that it
rarely works.


Crap. Please remember that where PartitionMagic DOES do the job will

not be
posted to any newsgroup, you'll only see situations where either the

program
failed or the user messed up.

--
Joep


Agreed Joep. I've done just this quite a few times with
PartitionMagic and it's worked well everytime. Of course, I always
back up critical data first just in case, as everyone should do.


 




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