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Put back Boot Camp hard drive copy!

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Okey, A year ago i tried the boot camp assistant, I cut my harddrive in two pieces. I choosed to have 7 GB on the new copy. When the installation was done Boot Camp told me to insert the Windows XP disk. I didnt have the Xp disk. so i canceled. So now I have one hard drive. (The one that I use), and an other with 7 GB that doesnt do anything . So I was just wondering how I could get back my 7 GB into my other hard drive.
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