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I have a problem I upgraded to Snow leopard by making a second partition on my harddrive and doing a full file transfer to a new partition on the same harddrive. I have since deleted the leopard partition, but disk utility will not let me drag the snowleopard partition, so I can resize it to get the full memory from my 500gb harddrive.
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