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Old 03-08-2006, 09:56 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default ADD C:/ PARTITION TO (primary) I:/ drive

I'm working on a computer that had windows loaded onto the I drive of a computer. One of theyre programs will not work unless it is loaded onto c:/. I took the old hard drive out (wich was bad and the C:/ Partition) Now I have to figure out How to make a new partition on theyre hard drive and make it a logical c:/. I downloaded Parition Magic But I dont think It is going to let me make the new partition c:/. I'm not sure of this because I've never had to use this program before. I thought about making it like g:/ and seeing if it would let me go into disk managment and change it there.

This is a business computer and has very valuable information on it. I cant loose anything but I also need it to act right :?(

Thanks for any help given in advance.
Dell Dimension 3000, Win 2000 pro, BEFW11S4 Linksys router.
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