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Would this work - Partitioning my HDD.

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Hey, Right at this moment I have two partitions on my Mac.
Mac - 2gb remaining
Storage - 120gb remaining.

I want no partitions, just one space to store everything on..
I cant be bothered putting everything on a external HDD and formatting, so would this work:

1. I install Leopard onto 'Storage'.
2. I transfer all my stuff from 'Mac' to 'Storage'.
3. I use disk utility and delete my 'Mac' Partition.
4. Expand my 'Storage' Partition.

Would this work?
Thanks in advance.
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