So I wanted to make a 120GB Windows 7 partition using Boot Camp on my 320GB internal HD that came with my MacBook Pro that I got a few months ago. I went into Boot Camp Assistant and downloaded the Windows software support onto a DVD and then put in my Windows 7 Startup disk in when I was prompted to. It accepted it, and I hit OK. It brought up the loading bar that says "Partitioning..." but then my computer froze. After about ten minutes of waiting, I hard reset it and went back into Boot Camp Assistant. I skipped the software support download this time and went straight to the screen where you slide the bar and tell it how much you want to partition for Windows 7, but 120GB of space on my Macintosh HD was gone, and I only had the space for about 40 GB of Windows. Disk Utility says that there is still only one partition on my HD, with a 320GB capacity but 120GB less space than it had before I restarted. Can I get those 120GB back without wiping my HD?