This might work - haven't followed this howto myself:
Notes I wrote myself a couple of years ago when I trying to put in a new hard drive in an XP only system and make it a dual boot with Fedora follow - between what I wrote there and what you see in above howto you should be able to get going.
To convert a FAT32 to NTFS: (Not necessary if disk is already NTFS)
1. Start -> Run -> cmd -> enter.
2. convert <drive> /FS:NTFS
If this is the current drive it will ask to unmount. Say no and then it will say something about it being in use. Do you want to do after next boot. Answer Yes and reboot. It will convert the drive partition and then reboot.
To clone NTFS with Gparted (Linux)
WARNING: This procedure will completely overwrite the target drive. It is important you verify which is the source and which is the target before doing the "dd" cloning step below.
Leave the original drive in the system and attach the second drive. The instructions below were based on attaching the second drive via USB in T41 Laptop.
1) Insert the GParted 0.3.4.8 Live CD in the CD drive and boot server
2) At menu that appears select .0.3.4.8 (Auto Configuration. and hit
Note: This is Auto Configuration of RAM disk - it is not
changing anything on hard drive at this point.
3) You see a screen to select keymap that gives you multiple options.
At prompt "Load keymap (Enter for default):" just hit enter.
4) You'd see a screen with selections for language settings. At
"Load keymap (Enter the number matching your language.
Enter for US):"
just hit enter.
You will then see "Copying /gparted.dat file for caching" - this
is copying to RAM disk - it will take a few minutes.
5) GParted GUI will come up. This should show you the existing drive
as /dev/hda (typically it will show partition /dev/hda1 as NTFS).
Double click on the "Terminal" box.
6) You will be at Linux command prompt (#). Type "fdisk -l". This
should show you details of both drives.
7) The drive with the NTFS partition is the one you want to copy FROM.
The other drive should have no partitions. For above setup this
was /dev/hda for existing drive and /dev/sda for the USB attached
8) SEE WARNING AT START OF DOCUMENT BEFORE DOING THIS STEP
Command to clone the disk is:
dd if=/dev/hda of=/dev/sda bs=32768
This will take time (took about 2 hours for 30 GB drive copied to
a 60 GB drive).
When done you will see it show number of records in and number of
records out. These should be the same - if not the copy had an
9) Type "shutdown -h 0" to shutdown the Gparted live boot. (Remove
the CD once it is on the way down.)
10) Physically remove the old drive and install the new drive.
11) Boot the system up. Verify everything works as it did on the old
12) You can reboot using the Gparted Live CD to resize after you've
verified it is OK as is.
When you get to the GUI just highlight (select) the NTFS partition (typically hda1) then click on the Move/Resize button. You'll see a screen that will let you increment or decrement the blocks allocated to the selected partition.