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hi there ,
so i was trying to partition my MACINTOSH HD main drive , but there was an error always occurred . suddenly the 110 GB was free in my drive gone missing its says that it s "used ". which was the same size i was trying to partition .

i tried to open the boot camp again it says , cant get in due to lack of size 10 GB at least . its just ridiculous ...please help how i get my GBs back !!

thx in advanced !
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