Resizing partitions

hello. i have a new pc which has 1tb of space........ on the c drive theres 322 gb of space free out of 370 ( i have some downloaded programs etc on that), the d drive for data has 540gb free out of 540 ( obviously none on that).. i have a lot of flac music files and basically want to shrink the c drive by say 100gb and increase the d drive by 100gb. What is the best way for me to do this ?

thank you
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More about resizing partitions
  1. 1) run chkdisk on your c:
    2) defrag your c:
    3) boot from an ubuntu or fedora liveCD
    4) use the built in tool Gparted to resize your partitions. all done.
  2. If you're using Windows 7, you can use the built-in partition manager. Type "disk management" into your start menu search field and hit enter. Now you're in the Disk Management console. Since your D: partition is empty, just delete the D partition. Now you can just shrink your C: partition to the desired size and reformat the remaining free space back into your D partition.
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