Hi - I bought a pre-built audio recording computer some years ago (XP) with an audio recording/editing program called Cubase pre-installed into the C drive. Subsequent versions of Cubase have grown in size over the years, and currently it is taking up too much of my space in the C drive, making it hard to run. I'm wondering if I can/how to reassign 10-20GB from the "D" drive to the "C" drive. Page 56 of the User Manual makes me think I can't: "4. The program allows creating new partitions only within blocks of un-partitioned space. It cannot convert a free space on an existing partition to a new partition". I'd be grateful for any ideas on how to accomplish my task ... do I need another program? Here are some screenshots of my system: http://i1089.photobucket.com/albums...Pics/2011-07-31ParagonDiskViewMainlyRAIDE.jpg http://i1089.photobucket.com/albums...ter Pics/2011-07-31ParagonDiskViewMainlyC.jpg http://i1089.photobucket.com/albums...ter Pics/2011-07-31ParagonDiskViewMainlyC.jpg http://i1089.photobucket.com/albums...ter Pics/2011-07-31ParagonDiskViewMainlyD.jpg Windows XP SP2 (not going to SP3 for reasons of compatibility with some hardware drivers, and also software). Thanks in advance!