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Norton Ghost is not the proper tool to use to clone a Mac hard drive. Use Norton Ghost and True Image only for Windows file systems.

If you follow the directions I gave you, the entire drive will be setup for your Mac and formatted as HFS+ Extended Journaled. It must be that way or you will not be able to install Windows using Boot Camp. Later on when you use the Boot Camp Assistant to install Windows you can choose the size of the Windows partition and BC will create it for you.

Make sure you read the Boot Camp Assistant instructions first. Might be a good idea to print them out and have them on hand when you install Windows.
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