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can anyone help me please. i have an old titanium 867 g4 with 1 gig ram. it came with a partition and ian really struggling to remove it. any ideas:closed: thanks a mil.
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You will need to boot from your restore/install discs and then run Disk Utility from that. There you can partition the HD and resinstall your OS if you like.


Just curious though, why do you need to remove the partition? OS X runs very well with mulitple partitions and it shouldn't be causing any problems... or is it?

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thanks a lot. maybe i should just leave it then
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