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I want to create a third Partition using Vista's new Partition program.

Discussion in 'Windows Vista' started by TeaTephi, Oct 4, 2008.

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  1. TeaTephi

    TeaTephi Thread Starter

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    I want to create a third Partition using Vista's new Partition program.

    I have 222 GB space on C:Local disk and 10.4 GB space on D:Recovery
    I am currently using about 70 GB (programs & files) on the C:
    which leaves 151 GB Free space.

    I would like to move all my programs and picture/music/word files over to a new partition, but I'm not sure what size the new partition should be.

    Are there any standard procedures (other than backing every file up) that I should follow, as far as partitioning goes?

    Do I have to extend or rename anything already existing? Or do I just create a new "simple partition" with that program that comes with Vista?

    I sure appreciate any help and precautions you can throw my way.

    Thanks
    Machelle
     
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    sorry im no good at typeing drop me a line on skype at darklionb or gtalk at [email protected]
     
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