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If you wanted to slide partitions around on a disk first, then I've used 
Bootitng to do that successfully.  It is a shareware type program that I 
bought and liked,
Dow

Trey Sizemore wrote:
>I've got a laptop with a 60GB drive divided 50/50 between SUSE 9.3 and
>WinXP.  I'd like to reclaim the the 30GB WinXP partition and use the
>60GB drive exclusively for SUSE (making a 30GB /data partition).
>
>What would be the easiest way to do this?  I've got Partiion Magic 7
>with which I thought I might nuke the WinXP partition.  Or is doing
>this in Linux better.  The current SUSE partitions are ReiserFS so I
>thought I'd do the same with this new partition.
>
>I have a ton of data on the SUSE side and I could backup and do a
>complete reinstall, but this would be a last resort.
>
>Thanks for tips.
>
>  



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