I hope someone out there can help me with my situation. Here Goes... Due to a recent mishap with my computer, I had to reformat my hard drive and resinstall my OS and all my software from the ground up. Everything seemed to work out okay in the end, but in the process I somehow managed to unknowingly partition my hard drive. I now have a good size (34Gig) C: drive, and a tiny little (3Gig) E: drive. Here's the kicker--my little E: is drive is designated as my boot drive! I desperately want to get rid of this partition, because E: is nearly full (2% free disk space) and my formerly fast computer has slowed to a crawl. I realize I can't just delete the partition the quick and dirty way (because it's my boot drive), but there's got to be a way for me to fix this! If anyone has any ideas, I would be most grateful!