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Old 07-12-2010, 10:57 AM
Joseph G. D'Agostino Joseph G. D'Agostino is offline
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Default Help with my (:I) drive

So, I would like to shrink the size of the I drive partition in order to install a secondary OS (Ubuntu). I currently do not use my :I drive and would like to use that space (or part of that space) for Ubuntu.

I tried using GParted, but from what I can tell it treats the :I drive and :C drive as one part instead of 2 separate partitions. I only have 15mb used on the :I drive as the computer states, but in GParted, it shows 2 separate portions 0f 116gb each, one is my main :C drive I believe because of the shown memory usage, but the other one has 3gb used, not like the 15mb in the :I drive.

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