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My original hard drive (6.4GB) was replaced by a 60GB hard drive by a computer engineer, in order to get more disc space, especially in the C- drive. But even after the installation of 60 GB hard drive, the C-drive has only 1.99GB space (which was the original space) and the D-drive has 55.2 GB.

I need more space in C-drive for installing various applications .

I would be grateful if you could help me in partitioning and creating more space in the C- drive.

Many thanks

Yours sincerely

BR Skinner


This question was answered on February 5, 2003. Much of the information contained herein may have changed since posting.

The hard drive needs to be partioned:

Boot PC using Win98 Bootable floppy disk

At A prompt, type FDISK

At main menu, select option 1 and press enter

Select N for NO and press enter to answer question for use of all the available space.

Type amount of space would like to use and press enter

Press ESC to return to the FDISK main menu.

From the FDISK main menu select option 2

Choose the primary partition created by typing 1 and press enter

press esc to return to the main menu and esc again to exit FDISK.

PC should restart

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Posted by Anne of Katharine Gibbs School - New York on February 5, 2003