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Partitions

wozzie

FPCH New Member
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Apr 11, 2007
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I am absolutely at the end of my tether with my PC and after having reformatted it with a brand spanking new Windows XP I have realised that it has partitioned my disk into 18GB and a 128GB... the 18GB one being my system disk...

My questions are:

1) If I remove a partition, does that mean all that memory gets removed as well?

2) Once I do remove the partition, how do I put all that memory into the 18GB partition?

Have tried looking on microsoft.com, and the net in general, but I'm either being REALLY thick or I'm just finding the answers WAY too technichal for an amateur like me...

ANY help would be greatly appreciated...

Oz.