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jyotsna
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      05-15-2007
hello friends,

I have a dual boot of windows XP and solaris dev express.I allocated
55 gb to solaris.Now i want to reallocate 30 to 40 gb back to windows
XP without hurting solaris.How can i do that if at all it is possible.

Thanks,
jyotsna.

 
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      05-15-2007

On 14 May 2007 23:40:18 -0700, jyotsna wrote:

>hello friends,
>
>I have a dual boot of windows XP and solaris dev express.I allocated
>55 gb to solaris.Now i want to reallocate 30 to 40 gb back to windows
>XP without hurting solaris.How can i do that if at all it is possible.


Last time I did anything like that Partition Magic v3 and Solaris x86
v2.5/2.6.

Now days I would check posts in
24HSHD mentioning several partition editors in the last few months, you
know
http://groups.google.com/group/24hou...elpdesk/topics
there is something like gparted

Check in a Solaris/Sun newsgroup.

>Thanks,
>jyotsna.


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