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Unable to "Shrink Current System" during installation

I'm trying to install Fedora 13 from a Live CD and would like to have dual boot system so I tried to shrink the existing partition (Windows XP, NTFS). When I select "Shrink Current System". the Volume to Shrink dialog box shows an ntfs partition that is 0 MB in size. Why isn't it showing the proper size? If I enter a size in the resize box, I get an error messages box titled "Resize FileSystem Error" containing "/dev/sda1: new size same as old size."

What's going on and is there a way to resolve this?

Unable to "Shrink Current System" during installation

I'm trying to install Fedora 13 from a Live CD and would like to have a dual boot system so I tried to shrink the existing partition (Windows XP, NTFS). When I select "Shrink Current System". the Volume to Shrink dialog box shows an ntfs partition that is 0 MB in size. Why isn't it showing the proper size? If I enter a size in the resize box, I get an error messages message box titled "Resize FileSystem Error" containing "/dev/sda1: new size same as old size."

What's going on and is there a way to resolve this?