something like those will do it--though you may need to burn a bootable cd as not sure if they can do it within
Hmmm, is there any way I could just stop the low disk space notification?
you could make the partition bigger i suppose but that would probably be by using the software already mentioned
or by using the built in windows 7 disk management
but if you do it wrong then your recovery partition may not work any more
you may just be able to make it not visible to windows explorer by downloading and using tweakui--it think it has that capability--though havent tried it with windows 7
this should work
Right-Click on My Computer [Computer in Windows Vista and Windows 7] Click on Manage From the list of options Click on Disk Management that will be located in the left-bottom section All your hard disk and its partitions will be show in the right hand side Right-Click on the partition that you want to hide and select "Change Drive Letters and Path" Click on "Remove" and click "Yes" Your drive will now be hidden in my computer
To unhide the drive :
Go to Disk Management Right-Click on the hidden partition [there will not be a drive letter on the hidden drive] again select "Change Drive Letters and Path" Click on add and select an appropriate drive letter. Click Ok Now the drive is unhidden
You're a legend! Thanks for this it worked!
you are welcome
While we're here, I don't suppose there's any way I can get Word Starter back is there? Had it before new HD but now it's gone
you may be able to browse the hidden partition to find the set up file
or you could use a free alternative thats office compatible