|I have 2 partitions on my hard disk, C 44.7 GB and D: which is 67.0 GB (40% C: and 60% D: setup in FDISK). The problem is that I made the C partition too big and now I will have a lost of waisted space on the drive. I figured that the point at which the computer would start to slow down from too many files would be at about half capacity for the C: partition but it was instead around 6.5 GB, I have moved everything to the D: partition and now I have 40+ GB of waisted space on the C: I have spent over a month setting up this computer and copying files over to it so I can't just repartition and reformat.|
One more question, after I do this, will I still be able to access the drives exactly the same from DOS mode as before? I use a DOS floppy and get into DOS quite often on this computer and it would mess up my work if I couldn't after this would be done.