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    Hi,
    I had a 230GB drive. I partitioned it via Disk Utility and installed Leopard on 40GB. Then I installed Windows 7 on the 190GB drive, downloaded EasyBCD 2 and it's working like a charm!

    Anyway, I now understand I want to extend my Mac partition (contains only 40GB) by taking some space from the Windows partition, and make sure everything works as it used to.

    Any special ways on how to do it without causing any damage?



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    Disk utility can do the job but I think it wont work, you can try and report back XD
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