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Old 08-18-2001
Question Partitioning

I'm looking for a Partitioning Tool preferably with a GUI preferably free that is easy to use if anyone has any suggestions they will be greatfully recieved, Thanks.
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Old 08-18-2001

One which i know is partition magic but i think it's not free. It's a good partitioning tool. Also you can visit and search for it.
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Old 08-20-2001
It depends on whether you are looking for a Linux Partioning tool or a Windows partioning tool. Most linux distros come with some kind of tool, but Partition Magic or some equivalent would work wonders in Windows.
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Old 08-20-2001

fdisk works great, but not GUI based.
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Old 08-20-2001

For linux systems, try cfdisk or disk druid. Both are somewhat GUI (you can use the keyboard pointers, but not mouse), and are straightforward to use.
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