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    Hello all,
    Found this from "Giveaway of the day" , for a limited time you can "grab" this partition manager from Paragon, free. http://www.giveawayoftheday.com/para...nt=Yahoo!+Mail Regards Fred
    PS ... you only have about 18 more hours to download and install.
    PS2... available in 32 and 64 versions
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    Like most other Giveawayoftheday offers, it is for personal use only. So... you might consider a program that is always free for personal use: EASEUS Partition Manager. I've used this program a couple times with, as far as I can tell, no ill effects.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jscher2000 View Post
    Like most other Giveawayoftheday offers, it is for personal use only. So... you might consider a program that is always free for personal use: EASEUS Partition Manager. I've used this program a couple times with, as far as I can tell, no ill effects.
    jscher,
    Yes... you are correct, and i use "EASEUS" as well ( 32 bit ) I don't think that 6.0.1 is for 64 bit according to there web page. Paragon offers a Windows 7 \ 64 download as well as the 32 ......Hey it's Free... if it doesn't work ...demand your money back Regards Fred

    PS: Tried this on my Win 7\64 all OK, Then on Win 7 \32 and it "messed up" all desktop icons make sure that you do a backup before you try this.
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