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[ale] Reducing Partition Solution
- Subject: [ale] Reducing Partition Solution
- From: jkinney at teller.physics.emory.edu (jkinney)
- Date: Mon, 5 Oct 1998 23:12:26 -0400 (EDT)
There is a new version of FIPS that will handle FAT32 partitions.
Partition magic will handle it just fine.
Of course you can always reinstall winblows after a good-for-the-soul
On Mon, 5 Oct 1998 Stan.Hearn at ipst.edu wrote:
> I just got a new system with Windows 98 on it. I need to carve out some
> space on my 12 Gig drive for Linux partitions in order to dual boot it.
> >From the documentation, FIPS will not do the trick. Especially with a 32
> Bit FAT.
> I'm pretty sure that Partition Magic will work for this, but are there
> others that I can try? I have a license for Ghost, but I think it will
> only copy a partition to a larger partition and not to a smaller one.
> Any suggestions would be appreciated.
Jim Kinney M.S.
jkinney at teller.physics.emory.edu
Educational Technology Specialist 404-727-4734
Department of Physics Emory University