Here's the scoop. Thanks to NVIDIA's recent fu*ked-up Detonator drivers, I ended up completely reinstalling WIndows 2000 Pro. I took my old drive (a 60 GB with a C: and D and made it secondary to a 40 GB. So, now the 40 GB is C: and the old C: and D: are D: and E: respectively -- obviously. What I'd like to do is keep my 40 GB as C: but merge the two logical partitions on the old C:/D: drives into a single 60 GB D:. Without knowing exactly how much room I'd need, I could always try to move the data from D/E to C, repartition and format the second drive, then dump the old data back. This assumes that I have the spare room on the new 40 GB to do that. At this point, I might, I might not. I figured that I'd pose the question now and determine if I need the answer later. Is there any tool/utility/other (besides using enterprise-level software like Veritas Volume Manager) that can allow me to do a live migration and expansion of D/E? Can Partition Magic or one of those tools handle this kind of thing?