This guy's having trouble dragging and dropping files from one drive to the other and you're expecting him to understand how to use partitioning software?RZetlin said:"Format c:" will give you more space.
Are drive C and D separate hard drives?
If not, then all you have to do is to give more space from D to C using partition software like PartitionMagic.
Uh. This usually goes without saying, but you can't format the system drive while inside of Windows. Just pop the Windows CD in there and kill/recreate the partition and format from in there. That's what I always do.makotech222 said:A side question, how do you reformat the C;Drive? do you just right click and go to format? and after u reformat, do u install win xp again? My friend really needs a reformat and i need to do it lol