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Originally Posted by mschare View Post
Thanks, but I'm not sure what you told me. CampTune will allow me to decrease the size of the windows xp partition without loosing any data? I'm not sure where my install DVD is. Is there another way, perhaps upgrade to 10.6, I now have 10.5
Yes, CampTune will non-destructively decrease or increase the size of a Boot Camp partition. Upgrading to Snow Leopard is not going to make any difference, the partition sizes will remain the same unless you do as I indicated above.

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