Partition Magic....now owned by that utility predator Symantec....will do as you wish. Another method would be to use imaging software that could make a compressed image of that drive onto another and then restore it while allowing a resizing of the original partition.
I have a Hard Disk with Windows XP Pro (service Pack 2) and a few other softwares like Microsoft Office 2007 already installed on it. I need to partition that hard disk (ie: create a D: drive). Do I need to uninstall XP first before doing it? In case there is no need to erase Windows XP first, do I run the risk of corrupting certain applications or even finding myself with a PC that would refuse to boot?
What partition software would you recommend me to use?