Windows XP Home PC: I suggested to someone I know several possible choices for freeware Windows partition management software. He installed and used Partition Wizard to shrink the C: partition, and create an E: partition with the remaining free space. However, he made the mistake of making the E: partition "Active". He was unable to make C: "Active" again. He restarted the PC and it will not boot. I instructed him use GParted (Live CD) to delete the E: partition, then set C: as "Active" and then create the E: partition with the free space. Is this this best way to resolve this problem? Will this procedure I gave him work? Thanks in Advance.