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somebody can help me?
how to change the drive letter and paths of the boot volume.

Example :
i have 1 Volume HardDisk = C: NTFS (320GB) Used Space 100GB and Free Space 220GB,
i want to make 2 Volume = C: NTFS (160GB) Used Space 100GB and D: NTFS(160GB) 160GB but don't used space (Clean), but my Volume C: is Boot Volume/System Volume.

Question :
how to i change my 1 volume harddisk (C:) change and make to 2 volume harddisk (C: and :D)?

*sorry if my english bad*

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if your C: drive is partitioned to the entire 3210GB disk then you will need a third party tool such as partition magic.

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If you have the xp disc you can install the os again after you have saved all your work and install xp with 2 partitions the sizes you would like.
This is a bit of a long way around but it will do the trick

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If you have the xp disc you can install the os again after you have saved all your work and install xp with 2 partitions the sizes you would like.
This is a bit of a long way around but it will do the trick

you could do it that way but a third party tool would be better because you can repartition the drive without loosing any data and its faster than repartitioning the drive and reinstalling windows with the install disk

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