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    Default Using Partition Magic on C:

    I have a 320gb HDD on my MSI Wind and was partitioned equally. Now I've downloaded Partition Magic so I can resize the Drive C: to its minimum size allowed by Partition magic(e.g 17845.6MB).

    The question now is can I proceed with the resizing and by doing so, wouldn't the process make my machine unbootable? I don't have any bootable machines here right now so I need some answers before I proceed with the resizing.

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    if you have windows on your machine just use windows to resize its own drive then use partition magic to do the rest of the partitioning
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