HELP! un-do BootCamp HD partiton

Discussion in 'macOS' started by LukeDeFian, Jan 19, 2008.

  1. LukeDeFian macrumors member

    LukeDeFian

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    Dec 5, 2007
    #1
    Ok peeps, sorry 'bout this lame post...
    let me explane y'all what happened:
    I got a copy of XP SP2, planning to install it via BootCamp to play games.
    So, i've configurated my BootCamp (Leopard default), fractioned my HD (15 GB to windows), and then: BOOM! bad version of XP.
    So, no Windows. Anyway, the big problem is: How do I return the 15 Gigs, that now was turned in to a ''BootCamp'' Volume???
    The BootCamp volume that was crated, is empty, with 15 gigs availeble.

    I know that in the ''Disk Assistent'' app, there is lots of things to do, one of them beeing ''Delet Volume'', wich i beleve that is the right one, yet, the big question is: by deleting the BootCamp volume, will the 15 gigs returne to my Mac volume?

    I just wanna be sure, so please, could anyone give a sort of Step-by-Step, a HowTo, anything, so that I don't screw up...?

    Thanks,
    Love y'all
     
  2. adrianblaine macrumors 65816

    adrianblaine

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    Pasadena, CA
    #2
    Run Boot Camp assistant again and it will have the option to merge the two partitions back together.
     
  3. LukeDeFian thread starter macrumors member

    LukeDeFian

    Joined:
    Dec 5, 2007
    #3

    LOVE YA!
    thanks man..
    UHUUUUU, 300 GIGS again!

    man, I would never imagine that...
    thanks again!
     

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