Help: Resizing partitions, wont reboot
You guys have gotten me out of a pickle before so I'm hoping you can help in this loosely related linux question. I've shrunk my linux partition using Paragon Partition Manager because it's a work box and I needed more space on my windows partition. Anyway, I've now tried to shrink my c:\ just by a couple MBs in order to insert the freed up space at the end (for some reason I couldn't just simply take from one and give to the other, it made me take from one, make a little bit of insertion room then add to the blank space). Anyway after I shrunk the C:\ by a couple MBs it started to restart and now it's stuck at the paragon bootmanager screen where it only offers me LILO (MBR) and A:\ as boot options. LILO is what i used to use before installing Paragon Boot Manager btw. So it wil go into LILO and if I select Windows it just starts then just sends me right back to the main screen. I've got to work with this box tomorrow and could use some quick help.