Alright so like everyone else with this issue, I ran out of room and I needed to make more. After about three hours I decided the easiest was the winclone route, im sure you all know what im talking about. Anyways, after some trial and error I have made clone of my win and went to make the partition bigger, after all the appropriate steps. Now here is the issue though. It gets to 100%, it even says it then this comes up:
Please help me, im a sad panda....
100.00 percent completed Accounting clusters ... Space in use : 33635 MB (66.3%) Collecting resizing constraints ... Schedule chkdsk for NTFS consistency check at Windows boot time ... Resetting $LogFile ... (this might take a while) Updating $BadClust file ... Updating $Bitmap file ... Updating Boot record ... Syncing device ... Successfully resized NTFS on device '/dev/disk0s3'. Unmounting /dev/disk0s3 /usr/sbin/diskutil unmount "/dev/disk0s3"return value of unmount is 256 output is disk0s3 was already not mounted =====Syncing GPT with MBR Partition Table, setting partition to bootable, and restoring boot sector============== "/Applications/Winclone.app/Contents/Resources/gptrefresh" -f -w -m "/Volumes/FreeAgent GoFlex Drive/Test.winclone/boot.mbr" -a 3 -u -i 0x07 return value of "/Applications/Winclone.app/Contents/Resources/gptrefresh" -f -w -m "/Volumes/FreeAgent GoFlex Drive/Test.winclone/boot.mbr" -a 3 -u -i 0x07 gptrefresh Utility to write out BIOS partition table from information gathered from GPT. Also can write out Master Boot Record and active partition usage: gptrefresh [-vwfu] [-m mbr_path] [-a flag_partition] [-i partition_number,filesystem_id] disk -v: verbose output -w: write out BIOS partition table (does not write out Master Boot Record. Use -m to specify Master Boot Record) -f: force writing without any warning messages -m: write out master boot record at mbr_path with partition table. Does nothing if -w is not specified -a: flag flag_partition as active partition (flag_partition must be 1, 2, 3, or 4) -i: set partition_number specified with -a to filesystem_id (System identifier in MBR partition