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repartitioning a hard drive

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I just got a new g3 with 8.5 OS, I partitioned the hard drive with allocations I thought would suit my purpose. Is their a way I can re-allocate the partitions without re-initializing the drive.
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Sorry no! You have to save all your data, reinitialize your HD and restore the data.
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