OK I'm an otherwise happy user of PM but today this is driving me nuts I have a 120GB drive and I want to split it 40 primary 20 data and 60 video. Yesterday I created the video partition fine, but accidentally took the default setting and it "stole" space equally from the others, reducing my data to a mere 6GB (which incidentally is getting fullish!). I have tried several times in different permutations to either resize the primary (smaller) the data (larger) or even as last gasp try to redistribute free space between primary and data (which would actually give the sizings I originally wanted!) What on earth is going wrong? I notice that PM tells me it has the operations pending, but when I go to reboot it does not do anything lengthy, from which I smell a rat - IE it is doing nothing, which is exactly what the symptoms are after reboot - nothing has changed! Someone must have hit this - is there an MSCONFIG service or something I need to check? I've tried the Symantec FAQs but hit nothing there. BTW all partitions are NTFS, which should help. Only oddity I notice is it mentiones the caution about my C: Partition "crosses the 1024 cylinder boundary and may not be bootable" but I do not observe any boot problems and am not dual booting or anything like that. I'll post again after my next try - hope someone knows what it could be!