Couldn't find any articles relating to my issue, so here goes: I recently found the need to resize my bootcamp partition to make it larger. It's running Windows 7 64bit. On my Mac side, I have Paragon NTFS 9.5 and Winclone 3.3. I tried to use Winclone to resize the partition but could never get it to work. It refused to even modify the partition in any way. Disk Utility would not let me change the size of the drive either and that was AFTER resizing my startup partition to free up some drive space to allocate to the Bootcamp partition. I tried booting Windows and running a few Windows tools that claim to resize the disk during boot time, but I kept getting error messages about the partition scheme changing during boot and that wouldn't work. Finally, I downloaded and burned a GParted disk image to a CD and ran that on boot. GParted was able to resize and reallocate all free space to the BootCamp partition. However, I rebooted after it finished and when I try to boot the BootCamp partition it says no bootable device can be found. I can still boot to OS X fine. Startup Disk in System Preferences shows the BootCamp partition as a valid system to start up. Paragon driver is currently disabled. Any idea how I can fix this?