Help With Hard Drive Re-Format
Posted on 2002-03-14
I recently re-partitioned and re-formatted my hard drive using a Windows 98 rescue diskette. I have a 12 GB hard drive. I used FDisk to create two partitions, then I thought I created two logical drives (C and D).
Anyway, as it turns out I made some sort of a mistake and only created one drive: a 2 GB drive C. I went ahead and loaded Wondows 98 onto that drive, plus all my programs. But now this means I have 10 GB of unused hard drive left.
How do I now go back and utilize that 10 GB of space? Do I use FDisk to creat a Drive D and then Format it? I'd hate to have to re-load all my programs. Can I do this procedure without destroying all I've put on Drive C?