I'm a newbie at this and I can use some help. My computer is set up as a dual boot machine, Win 98 and Win xP. There are two physical disk drives. ======================== Disk 1 has two partitions, both of type FAT32 (LBA) Partition C: Capacity of 16 GB and free space of 8.8 GB Partition E: Capacity of 2.7 GB and free space of 1.7 GB ======================== Disk 2 also has two partitions, both of type FAT32 Partition D: Capacity of 2 GB and free space of 1.3 GB Partition F: Capacity of 2.022GB and free space of 2.011 GB ======================== Obviously F: has almost no empty space. I believe many of the Win xP components are on F. Components of earlier Window systems are on D and E. All data files are on C. Installation of new programs is almost impossible because many programs want to put information on F, likely because the Common Files folder resides there. However, it appears that C: has a lot of free space. My thought is to - 1. Create a 3 GB partition on the first disk, 2. Move the contents of D: to the new partition, 3. Remove the contents of D: from it's former partition, 4. Then expand the partition that F is in to the maximum size of disk 2, which would double the space available to F. Is this the best way to handle this problem? Is there a better way? Can it all be handled by Acronis True Image or would I also need Acronis Disk Director? Is there a better procedure to follow than what I outlined above? Any and all suggestions and guidance will be appreciated.