Partitioning Tags: Hard Drives Computer Ubuntu Partition Windows XP Storage Last response: March 13, 2010 1:02 AM in Storage Share raybob95 March 12, 2010 11:36:23 PM Hey guys, So I have this old computer that I'd like to try out Ubuntu with. It's old, with an 80GB HDD. But it works fine for what I ask it to do as a secondary computer. Anyway, is there anyway that I can partition the Hard Drive while in XP and without having to reformat? I'd like to have a 50GB partition for XP and a 24GB Partition for Ubuntu. More about : partitioning p1n3apqlexpr3ss March 13, 2010 1:02:05 AM Has the full 80GB been allotted to xp already? In that case i dont thk you can do that without reformatting, not completly sure though Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumSSD Partitioning ForumI tried partitioning my new micro sd,it shows bad disk in mini tool partitioning ForumQuestion about partitioning hard drives ForumSSD Partitioning help/suggestions? ForumIs partitioning necessary? ForumSSD Partitioning GAFF - Please Help ForumSATA 1 drive partitioning on SATA 3 controller ForumPartitioning RAID 0. Does it effect speed? Vidoe editing ForumPartitioning External Hard Drive ForumPartitioning hard drive witih Lion ForumPartitioning my hard drive and running ubuntu ForumNeed help with disk partitioning ForumPartitioning HDD for OS ForumRe- partitioning Time Machine Drive for use as Windows backup as well ForumComputer shutsdown during partitioning ForumComputer shutsdown during partitioning ForumPartitioning of encypted drives ...? ForumEncypted drive partitioning ...? ForumSSD partitioning ForumPartitioning 1TB Caviar Black for best performance Win 7 More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !