I have an XP system with SP3 and 3 partitions (all NTFS) a small recovery partition (4.657 GB); a 15.01 GB active partition with the operating system, progrm files, and data; a 92.12 GB logical partition with data only. There's about 85GB of free space on the D: drive. I'm out of free space on C: so I want to do is resize C: and D: to around 55GB each. I think I understand how to do this but I thought I'd get some feedback before I try it. Here's what I plan to do. Prep Work: 1. Run chkdsk /f /r on both drives to find and fix any disk errors, bad sectors, etc. 2. Defrag both drives. 3. Make an image back up of each drive with TrueImage 11. From what I've read here, it seems the recommended approach is to do one action at a time rather than multiple actions in one step. In other words, reduce the size of D: first, reboot, and then increase C:. Resize Partitions: 1. Boot from Disk Director 10 CD. 2. Decrease size of D: to create unallocated space between C: and D: by grabbing left side of D: and sliding it to the right. 3. Commit changes and reboot. 4. Increase the size of C: by grabbing right side of C: and sliding it right to fill space between C: and D:. 5. Commit changes and reboot. 6. When I get done I should have two 55GB partitions. A couple of other questions. Should I do this in Automatic or Manual Mode? Since I'm running DD from the CD, do I even need to install it on the hard drive? Do I need the OSS Selector and Bootwiz since I only use XP? Anything else I need to consider? Thanks.