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How to resize system partition under these circumstances?

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I have a dualboot system win7/osX that runs very smooth.

 

Problem is that i require now more space for applications on my osX system partition. it's not gonna be so easy to resize.

 

It's an MBR partitioning with the following layout:

 

 

[sytem reserved 100MB NTFS] - [Win7 System 260GB NTFS] - [extended partition [shared_data 10GB FAT32]] - [OsX System 25GB journaled HFS]

 

 

What's the easiest way to go to shrink my Win7 partition and enlarge my osX partition without damaging my dual boot setup?

 

 

Thanks

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Have you tried gparted? download and write to dvd the iso of an ubuntu distro, then start it in live cd mode, or use a usb key. you find it in system --> administration --> gparted. i think you have to install a package for manage hfs and hfs+ partitions, search in google 'cause i don't remember...

 

 

but i think that at this time you have already solved the problem ahah

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