Hey guys, I recently installed Linux Mint (it's a form of Ubuntu, so it's necessary to post here.. for all you possible naysayers) and I'm now running a dual boot of Linux Mint and Windows 7. I have a C and D drive on my laptop. C is for basically anything and D is strictly for my music library. I installed Linux on the C drive because it has the most space. As you all know Windows is also on the C drive. When I installed Linux Mint I only had the option to give the partition 30 GB. I've installed GParted and watched a few tutorials on it, but I'm a total newb to editing Partitions and somewhat of a newb for using Linux, though I do have some experience. Is there any "GParted for Idiots" Guide I can use to safely reduce the space on the Windows 7 partition and add space to the Linux Partition. From what I've gathered from the few tutorials I have seen, I need to make a disc of GParted and unmount the C drive. But the problem I foresee is how will I edit anything if the C drive is unmounted. Seeing as how both OS' use the C drive. Any help would be appreciated.