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Move disk space from hfs+ to ntfs


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My iMac is running Bootcamp with Win7 and Mavericks. They are installed on the same physical drive. I am running out of space on the Windows NTFS partition and have plenty of space on the Mavericks partition. How can I transfer disk space across without deleting any data?
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I have not used this particular piece of software, but I have used several of their products without issue.

Still wouldn't go about playing with partitions until after everything is backed up.

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Or more precisely Camptune X. Works like a charm but not however with a Fusion drive. Helps if you provide model and operating system details:-


Paragon Camptune for Mac® - Resize partitions in minutes

Hang on to those original install discs like grim death! Using OS X.7 or later make a bootable USB thumb drive before running Installer!
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Thanks. How do I determine what type of drive I have and whether it is a Fusion drive?
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