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Is gparted a good tool for resizing an NTFS partition?

I have a backtrack 5 distribution which is based on ubuntu. During the instalation it somehow managed to create a separate partition ext4 on a external harddrive which was based on ntfs. Now this external harddrive is devided into two partitions. My problem is that I dont't think windows wil recognize ext4 but I also would like to merge those two back together. Is there any good partitioner for linux, which will merge both to ntfs?

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marked as duplicate by andrewsomething, Takkat, James, Marco Ceppi Jan 3 '12 at 19:52

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gparted is a partitioning tool available for Ubuntu. It can handle NTFS partitions.

Delete the ext4 partition and expand the existing NTFS partition to fill the empty space.

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