I recently picked up a new laptop. It came with W7 Home Premium 64-bit on a single partition. I want to do one of two things: 1. Repartition the 500GB disk so the O/S and programs use 60-70GB and have the rest available for "data" - the problem is the W7 partition tool won't let me get this partition down to less than 270GB, I presume because there's a file or files that can't move... 2. Use the second 500GB drive I installed and copy the whole O/S to a properly sized partition on the other disk, then change so the system boots off the other disk. 3... I suppose there's a third option to re-install the O/S, but that's a last resort since they don't provide O/S disk(s) any more. I don't care which way I go (of 1 or 2), but if I'm going to re-partition I need some 3rd party software... I've used EASUS Partition manager, but the free version says it WON'T work with W7 64-bit. Anyone have a pointer to another good option? If the better way is to copy the O/S, can someone point me to software that'll let me copy and make a bootable O/S? I THOUGHT I used to just do xcopy, but I vaguely recall that doesn't work any more? Pointers to a free utility to do this?