Hi, I just bought a second hand black Macbook, and am loving the switch so far! One thing I did notice, however, was that my 120GB hard drive is listed as only being an 80 gig. So I explored my way to the disk utility which confirmed that yes, in deed, there was a 30-odd gigabyte partition unused. I assume it was holding Windows XP for a dual-boot solution, but whatever was on there isn't anymore, as I don't seem to be able to choose between the two when I boot. As if to compound the problem, when i 'verified' my 80GB partition (just to see if it was all okay etc), it came up with an error which it said needed to be 'repaired'. The repair button was greyed out, I'd imagine because it's my startup drive. So I rebooted into the disk checky type program included on the OS X disc. It 'checked' my system and found nothing wrong... Strange huh? So my two questions are (FINALLY! ), 1) How do I get rid of the 'dead' partition, ideally 'adding' it to my current 80gig partition without having to lose any of my current setup etc. and 2) Is there really something wrong with my drive, or is it just that there's some random weird partition lingering about not being used? Let me know what you think, guys! Thanks!