Rptleyob, Drive setup is in your system folder, in the Utilities folder. It will partition your HD, but remember 3 things BEFORE YOU START: 1) You MUST have an operating system CD to boot the system from once you erase the HD. 2) In order to partition your HD, you have to INITIALIZE it first, and that will erase E V E R Y T H I N G !!!!!!! on the disk, so make complete back up copies of everything you want to keep, and open all your control panels and write all your preferences & settings, especially your internet configs, TCP/IP, Modem, Remote Access, ect ect..The only exception would be if you have programs that the you have the original CD's for, you can always reload them fresh from there, and 3) Go to the apple help menu and PRINT THE INSTRUCTIONS for this procedure, so you can refer to it during the process. If you are having system problems and have tried all the other remedies, then a fresh, clean HD with completely new files will amaze you. It is a lot of work, but well worth it if it eliminates the headaches and frustration that results from corrupted files and other system problems. The procedure follows in next message. BTW, the Drive setup utility ONLY works for Apple's OEM drives.
[This message has been edited by newsmac (edited 12-19-1999).]