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JKDefrag should take care of the fragmenting, any better PartEd-containing LiveCD (like Knoppix) should be able to do the resizing.

However, resizing is a delicate thing. It might fail, and leave you with no data, so you should backup you data before attempting to resize.

I've never had ntfs-resize fully fail on me. However, I've had my share of problems with it: I had to write down the new partitioning information and perform the repartitioning in GPartEd TWICE. Otherwise, there would be trouble with the partition's size information. Happened on all Dell-Laptops I've ever resized partitions on.

Just a suggestion for the original poster...

Cheers,
Sebastian

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