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john_s

 
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I have a MacBook Pro 15" with Leopard. I have boot camp 1.4 with Windows Vista Home Premium (have not upgraded it yet). I want to upgrade it to boot camp 2.0 with my Leopard install disk. Now for the question.

I have the partitions to 32GB FAT partition for Vista and the rest (160GB - 32GB) for Leopard. I want to make them both 80GB. I have no data on any of the operating systems, because this is a new computer (Tiger, Boot Camp 1.4, Vista Premium, upgraded from Tiger to Leopard using flatpack). I also have install disks for both operating systems. I know there is a way to do it by wiping my hard drive, but is there an easier way? It is fine if I have to buy any 3rd party software to do it (iPartition??). I'm very confused. (and a newbie)

Thanks in advance.
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