iPartition

Discussion in 'Windows, Linux & Others on the Mac' started by churin, Oct 3, 2011.

  1. churin macrumors newbie

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    Anyone using iPartition? Using iPartition I shrank the W7 partition and the resultant unallocated space was used to create a data drive. My problem is that after creating the data drive the W7 boots only momentarily ending up with BSOD. Any remedy for this?
     
  2. techguy20 macrumors 6502

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    Hmm.... sounds like a driver issue.

    Have you tried running a search for the exact error you're getting in the BSOD?

    I've had quite a bit of trouble in the past with resizing BootCamp partitions, although I know I've successfully done it with iPartition years ago.
     
  3. churin thread starter macrumors newbie

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    The error code is 0x000000CE. I downloaded a patch file which reportedly will fix the problem. But when I switched OS X to W7, the BSOD no longer happened. I noticed on OS X before the switching that the system had to restart to have update(s) be effective so I let it do. Maybe this has something to do with the BSOD no longer happening. Or BSOD may come back later.
     
  4. techguy20 macrumors 6502

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    So is it working now, or are you still getting the BSOD's?
     
  5. churin thread starter macrumors newbie

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    BSOD came back. iPartition vendor convinced me that it had nothing to do with their utility: It was caused by incompatible trackpad drivers from Apple. Temporary fix is disabling on the Device Manager, "Apple Multitouch" and "Apple Multitouch Mouse" under "Human Interface Devices".
    So, I have to live with an external USB mouse for the time being until new driver becomes available.
     

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