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Old 07-20-2008, 08:58 PM
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Originally Posted by irishblend View Post
It loooks like Gparted runs on a FAT 16 partition and is used to dual boot. Vista can handle the dual boot.

I am looking to share files for both Vista and XP to access. I was thinking to add a third NTFS partition and move my Music library, Documents, Video Files, etc... Is this possible to setup?
GParted is a Live Linux operating system. Which can partition / format in all of these various formats.

GParted -- Features

Originally Posted by Wombat View Post
Get Gparted, and setup a small third partition for files you want to share between the two systems.

Follow the instructions on using this tool very carefully...
What part of this do you not understand...

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