Right now I am getting my hard drive in my macbook pro replaced (it ended up being faulty) and when I get it back, I'm thinking I will make the windows partition larger than I originally had it. I have a 256 GB SSD, and originally, I had it partitioned ~190 GB for mac and ~60 GB for windows. When I get my macbook pro back, my it will be completely back to factory settings. Now, I have a time machine backup from my machine from the morning that I brought it in and I have a windows image from my machine from just before I attempted to delete my windows partition. What would be the best order for me to restore my backups and reinstall windows when I get my computer back? I could go in this order- Restore time machine backup, install windows, restore windows image ...but I've heard you should install windows via bootcamp before doing anything else if you can. What would happen if I restored all my mac data then installed windows via bootcamp? Another order I could do is- Install windows, restore windows image, restore time machine backup ...but I've heard that time machine backups do not take kindly to being restored into smaller partitions. What's the best way to go about reinstalling windows and restoring my data to my new partitions when I get my macbook back?