[QUOTE=coolcolors;2675049]Put this way you gave no specs or hardware details for anyone to give you help on as to what is causing the problem nor how to fix it. So at least give specs info if you want real help just saying I have problem and problems without any specs will just run in circles…[/QUOTE]
Your right, I should put my specs.
I have an Intel Pentium 4 Dual-Core CPU E5200 @2.5 ghz, 6 gbs of Ram, 500 gb internal harddrive. I can’t quite recall the exact sizes of my partitions before the resize, but after…
Partition 1 = 222 GB (238,738,718,720 bytes)
[B]Partition 2 = 40.1 GB (104,650,203,136 bytes)[/B]
Partition 3 = 35.9 GB (38,633,545,728 bytes)
Partition 4 = 109 GB (118,065,668,096)
Please note that partition 2 (in bold print) is the Windows 7 Partition. All of the above are formatted with NTFS.
I used Easeus Partition Master Home Edition to do the resizing (I probably should have used GParted). What I basically did was make partitions 1-3 smaller so that 4 can be a little larger.
Also my keyboard is PS/2, while my mouse is USB. I have a USB keyboard I could plug in, but I’m not quite sure it will make as large a difference as one might think. However, I’m [B]willing to try[/B] and get back to you later.
If there’s any more info you need, feel free to ask.