Ok I need some info and potentially some tips on what the best way to reformat my setup would be. I have: C: Partition 128 GB - Windows Vista D: Partition 137 GB - Windows 7 and all of my user programs, files, etc. G: Partition 20GB - Warhammer Online (MMORPG partition used for quick defrags) I would like to backup and keep alot of my files and then reformat this computer and eventually have it set up as: C: Partition 30-40 GB - Windows 7 D: Partition 200+ GB - All user files and folders G: Partition 20GB - WAR So basically I would like to remove Windows 7 from the D drive and replace it into the C: drive. I would like to decrease the space of the C drive and reallocate it to the D drive. As well as keep the Warhammer partition the same. I expect I need to do this process in this order. 1) Backup all desired files and folders from D and G drives to external hard drive. 2) Make a list of all large software to re-download later. (All my programming software, OpenOffice, Warhammer, any software that includes an installer in the download) 3) Obtain a new version of Windows 7 (mine came from MSDNAA which is a free software deal between my school and Microsoft) 4) Burn the Windows image to a disc. 5) Change BIOS to boot from disc, then run the Windows ISO from boot. 6) Delete all current partitions and then install Windows 7 onto C: drive. 7) Allocate my desired space to different partitions. 8) Reinstall all large software covered in step 2. 9) Copy backup files/folders to my D drive. 10) Profit? I've only done a reformat once, a while ago, which was all on one partition. The step I am most unsure about is step 2 so if anybody is uncertain about any of it please discuss it with me. Thank you so much for your help.