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Last week i deleted my bootcamp partition on my macbook pro. But now my space is divided into Macintosh HD 400GB and an empty space of 100GB. When i try to extend my Macintosh HD part to 500GB (dragging) i get an error saying that the control of the file wasn't possible. I must say that i didn't delete the bootcamp partition via the bootcamp application. Can anyone help me?
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