Wife has a laptop with a small HD (40G). It was partitioned in the past with 5 partitions. (Dont ask, it's what she wanted). In the last couple of days I figured out what was wrong with a program that would not work for her and decided to change some of the partition sizes around. Right now the C (Boot Drive) is 4G. The D (Utility) is also 4G. The E is 14G, F is 14G and drive G is the rest. I'd like to change C to 5G, D to 5G, add to E and subtract from F and get rid of G altogether. Basically the best way to go might be to completely wipe the drive and start over. Can TI do this I've made seperate images of the C, D, E, and F. I never Imaged one of G as it's completely empty. Also made a single image of C+D+E+F altogether. Can this be done, if not just wondering if I could go into Computer Management, Storage, Disk Management(local). Then start from the end and format then delete logical drives until I get to C. So I'd end up with C and the rest unallocated space then use TI to reinstall C with an additional 1G from the unallocated space. And then continue on from there?? Thought I'd ask B4 I screw up.... Thanks!!