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    MacBookPro early 2012running Mavericks,MacMini Core i7 running Mavericks: iPhone 4s, iPad 3rd Gen
    Partition problem
    I split my 750 GB drive into two partitions
    Installed the latest Developers preview of Mountain Lion on the second partition with Lion on the first partition
    I was so impressed with ML that I deleted the Lion partition and its recovery partition
    I now have ML and a ML recovery partition.
    I thought all I had to do was expand the ML partition to fill the whole drive but find I am not allowed to do this
    Can anyone tell me how to expand the partition to get full use of the drive.
    All my data is backed up off the MBP so I have no problems starting with a clean install
    I also have TimeMachine on an external drive but this was last backed up before I installed Mountain Lion

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    MacBookPro early 2012running Mavericks,MacMini Core i7 running Mavericks: iPhone 4s, iPad 3rd Gen
    I managed to enlarge the partition to fill the drive using Stellar Partition manager.
    Excellent piece of software

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