On Tue, 2006-06-06 at 22:28 +0000, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> Lester Vedrox wrote:
> >> AB> Repartition disk (by FDISK or somethink like Partition Magic).
> >> EA> Use a GOOD partition editor (not MS FDISK... preferrably something
> >> with a reasonable user interface and something which you are good at using.
> > James, you should probably consider investing in partitioning software:
> > PartitionMagic:
> > http://www.partitionmagic.com/home_homeoffice/products/system_performance/pm80/index.html
> > Partition Commander:
> > http://www.v-com.com/product/Partition_Commander_Home.html
> > Acronis Disk Director Suite:
> > http://www.acronis.com/homecomputing/products/diskdirector/
> > PartitionMagic used to be a leader in this field but it's dominance has
> > been challenged lately by competitors. Partition Commander, for instance,
> > allows converting NTFS partitions back to FAT, the feature that was absent
> > in PartitionMagic. Acronis Disk Director Suite seems to have the best
> > choice of features of all three products, but I have never tried it so
> > can't comment on it.
> > Lester
> I have found Partition Magic unrealiable on WindowsXP Service Pack 2 (and
> versions of NTFS. There is an open-source, bootable CD which works well
> and includes the Linux version of fdisk:
> I would recommend trying that. The price is right! :-)
It has one feature lacking. It can not apparently move an existing
reiser partition. It wants to assimilate the slack space at the end of
the partition. I want to move hdd4 and have the slack appear next to
the new root partition. PM can not so reiser last I heard.
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