Partitioning problem

I have 2 harddrives, C: and D:, D: is a 60Gig
I used to be running WinME and I formatted only 30Gigs of D:, with Fat32.
I recently installed Win2000 over ME.  C: is now NTFS.  I wanted to format D: to NTFS, with to partitions, 30Gigs each.  But Windows Disk Management or Partition Magic 8.0 won't see the other half that I didn't format.  PM 8.0 did see an 30Gig Extended Sector.  I tried formating to NTFS, but still can't see the other half.

What can I do to be able to use all 60 gigs??
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I have had a bit of experience with PM 8.0, using it to make a dual boot system with Windows and Linux.  I may be able to help, but I'm not sure if I understand your question.

It sounds like you may have to redistribute your free space using PM, by either adding it to your one of your existing partition, like the new D:NTFS partition, or by creating another new partition with that left over space in either the FAT32 or NTFS format.  In other words, your computer won't see a partition that isn't formated unless your using XP or some type of partitioning program.  

If that wasn't what you were asking, please restate your question and I'll try again.
Have you tried Win2k's Disk Manager?

Try deleting all the partitions. Then put them back as you'd like. You can even assign them a letter other than d: if you prefer. I sometimes do that for a drive I share between computers, so it is the same letter no matter which console I am at. 60 g is right at the limit os old MS wares for partitioning, but just under the limit. And, as I recall, their fDisk size problem did not extend beyond Win98 anyway.

Try NT's Administration tools, and you may find you do not need 3rd party extras such as PMQ.

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