Hi, I just downloaded and installed Disk Director. I've tried to create a 20GB partition on my C drive 3 times now but it hasn't worked. The C drive already has 3 partitions (229.8GB NTFS--main partition, 54.88MB FAT16--Dell diagnostics, and 3.003GB FAT32--recovery). Here's what I did: 1) Started the wizard by clicking Create Partition 2) Selected "Free space of existing partitions" 3) Selected "Disk 1" (C drive) 4) Selected "Partition: NTFS C:, Flags: Pri,Act., Capacity: 229.8GB, Free Space: 139.1GB, Type: NTFS" 5) Entered "20 GB" for partition size 6) Selected "Primary" as the partition type (I want to dual boot 2 versions of XP) 7) Selected "NTFS" as the file system 8) Selected "Yes, I want to assign a logical drive letter to the partition", Z: 9) Entered label for partition 10) Reviewed the drive structure, confirmed that the 20GB partition was there, then pressed "Finish" 11) Pressed the "Commit" icon 12) The Pending Operations window showed DD was going to: a) Resize the C: drive from 229.8GB to 209.8GB, b) Move the 3.003GB FAT32 partition, and c) Create the new 20GB partition; clicked "Proceed" 13) Allowed DD to reboot On the 1st try, the computer froze on the initial partition creation screen after reboot (it was the first progress bar and was stuck on 100%). I left it there for an hour then powered down when it didn't look like anything was happening. Upon booting up again, the partition creation screen appeared again and this time it said something to the effect of the process being completed. On the 2nd try, the BSOD appeared on shutdown so I had to manually boot up again. On the 3rd try, the computer restarted fine and the partition creation process seemed to complete without a problem (a total of 2 restarts). But the new partition wasn't showing up in DD and the existing partition was still showing 229.8GB. I'm going to try again after I post this message... Your help is appreciated!