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I wish to install Windows 7 on my Macbook White 13in. I plan to use boot camp to create a partition for the windows and work through the install wizard.

If I decide that it works well and I want to increase the available disk space for Windows 7, can I resize it at a later date? and if so what would I use?

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iPartition isn't free, but it's worked for me with both XP and Vista. I can't see why it wouldn't work well with Windows 7 too.

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thanks, i actually ended up doing a total format of my mac and installing win 7 from scratch. Combined with the bootcamp 3.0 drivers it runs like a dream. I'm now rocking out on an over-priced windows 7 machine, but it works for me since I've made the shift from Graphic design to SEO, and need a lot of windows tools :) – Pickledegg Nov 11 '09 at 22:26

You could use the GParted LiveCD to boot up and resize your partitions


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this is great, thanks, but see my above comment – Pickledegg Nov 11 '09 at 22:23

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