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Secondary question: Increase the size of an existing partition?
Here's my dilemma. I only have one physical hard drive at the moment. Silly, I know, given that HD space is dirt cheap. I should go buy another one. Perhaps I will... but in the meantime, I have my drive split into C and D drives. I gave C about 20 gig, and installed Windows Vista on it. D got the rest (200ish, whatever).
"Great!", thought I, "I install Windows on C, and everything else I install on D!"
So... Windows does not like me. It likes having things on C. More importantly, it likes having things on whatever drive Windows is on. It likes to save modules, and save games, and even custom content (damn you Sims 2!) on C with Windows, in silly "My Games" directories and other frustration.
So I am running out of space. Is there a way to just make them into one big partition again, or to increase the size of an existing partition? Or should I just suck it up, reformat as a single partition, install my software with Windows on a big C drive, and buy a second physical drive for my files?