Richard <c138535internode.on.net> wrote:You can use a partition magic utility, I believe. I think I also saw> a. Is there any other way to non-destructively resize a NTFS partition
> apart from Mandrake 9.1's install utility?
something called ntfsresizer on freshmeat or somewhere .. google.
SiS is a general nono for anything.> b. Any particular gotcha's that people have found with the following
> hardware P4 Titan 667 Motherboard (GA-8ST667 Series with SiS 645DX Chipset)
ac97 is a generic name for something which almost satisfies a certain> with onboard audio (which Win Xp identifies as a Avance AC97 Audio using IRQ
interface spec. It may or may not work. In any case, you don't want a
motherboard or a sound card like that! Get another. Avoid integrated
Is geforce ati? If so it will proabbly work - check with xfree86.org as> 18),PS/2 style mouse (IRQ12), a GeForce2 MX400 with 64Mb, a Kensington
to the support in the version of X that comes with mandrake 9.1
Never heard of it. What chip?> EtheRx KNE 100TX PCI Fast Ethrenet adapter (21143-PD) IRQ 17, ASUS PCI SC875
Never heard of it and will likely never work.> with IBM 9 GB HDD off it, an American Power Conversion UPS ES 350VA USB UPS
Standard. Only the ide controller counts, not the disk. What controller?> in a PCI slot but Win XP gives no further details on whether it uses a IRQ
> or not, Seagate 40 Gb ATA100 (ST340016A) HDD (which WinXp has taken as a
1GB means that you will need a specially compiled kernel, or you'll only> single partition formated as NTFS and I want to change it) Primary Master
> IDE (can/will swap it with a IBM HDD of 14Gb) Primary Slave 20 Gb
> Seagate(ST320423A), Sony CD-ROM CDU5231 and Sony CD-RW CRX210E1, 1 Gb
see about 900MB of that.