When I first installed Linux (Mandrake 10.0) I had used Partition Magic to resize my Windows partition to give Linux some space to create its partitions with. Currently my hard drive looks like this:
Drive C: ~ about 14 gigabytes
/ ~ about 15 gigs
/home ~ about 10 gigs
linux swapspace ~ about 450 megabytes
I am using Windows rarely now, and I would like to give that 14 gigs to linux. I don't want to loose the data that linux has, though. How would I go about doing this. I can't use Partition Magic because it is located on the partition that I want to remove, or is there a way to still use it. I believe linux has some programs that can do what I need. How do I use them?
edit: oh, and if I no longer have windows, will I still need to use GRUB, is there a way to 'uninstall' it?
Last edited by King4lex; 08-24-2004 at 12:44 PM.