Theres no files on D except for some windows stuff (which I've heard is probably recovery files) as I told above. Names of those files again are:
I want to keep these on D, yes. It would be nice if I could shrink D and increase the C partition, but I don't want to lose any files on either partition on the way. How can I shrink d and increase C then? And can I set whatever value I want (i.e. 50GB on D and 450 on C?) or is there a limit?
Here is what I read on another forum and it is my concern. This is why I wander if doing all of this will be safe or not:
''If I owned nothing but a XP CD, this CD can't repair the OS if I expanded it past 127GB (more details at 48bitLBA.com - HOME
If I owned the XP SP1 or XP SP2 CD then I would not limit myself.
-> Another downside to plain XP CDs is that some create a second partition past the 127GB limitation (which works after you apply SP1/SP2) and the day comes they have to reload XP. PANIC ensues as the other partition vanishes.
Don't panic in that situation but apply SP1 or SP2 to regain access to the other partitions. Imagine the poor soul that attempts to repair this situation before SP1/SP2 is applied. They usually lose it all.''
Can you tell me about this?