Unallocated Space



Help someone,
I've just formatted a new HD and installed Windows XP Home.
Windows asked if I wanted to create another partition on the HD and since
it's a 160 gig drive
I decided to split it in two, 75 odd gig each. My goal is two have C and D
around 75gig each.
Disk Management is telling me that I have a C: drive is 74.52 gig (Healthy
system) with 74.53 UNALLOCATED!
I have a DVD writer labelled D:
How do I allocate the unallocated space so that I have C: D: and E:


Michael Shergold

Just create another partition and XP will move the addresses down so that
your DVD Writer will be E

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