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At the moment, I am using Mac Book Pro with Mac OSX 10.6 (Snow leopard, 180 GB) and Windows 7 Professional in boot camp (50 GB). I plans to increase size of boot camp now because I need more spaces for my office application.

I have search around to find out the best way to do this. but I don't sure how to do. Do I have to...

  1. Enter OSX
  2. Use Disk Utility -> Boot camp assistant
  3. Resize partition like we did before to install a fresh Windows OS.
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up vote 2 down vote accepted

you should be able to:

  1. use disk utility to create a disk image of the drive
  2. Back this up somewhere
  3. Resize the partition
  4. Use disk utility to restore the image.

hope this helps.

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