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i am in a sticky situation with my computer. my sys is P4 1.5, 40 Gb hard disk
i have made or tried to make 4 partitions C,D,E,F each approx 10 GB. but while loading ubuntu as a third os it has messed up the partition( or did i mess it up?) now in disk management i get the F drive as 4 some Gb and unallocated space of another 4 GB. how to allocate this unaloocated space in the disk without re formatting and loosing all the junk i call data!!
pl help !!!!


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you can install softwares like partition magic and reclaim the lost space. give it a shot.
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