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hallo,
I use to use boot camp for windows on my macbook

and no now I don't want my windows no more

so I erase the bootcamp partition but now

I can't use all of my hard drive for the osx

tried the disk utilities, repair resize verify everything

I have 160GB on my harddrive I can't use...

thanx for reply
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What do you mean you erased it - how did you erase it?

The proper way to restore a BootCamp partition to the OS X volume is the same way you created it - open up BootCamp Assistant and restore the drive to a single partition. The opening window of BootCamp Assistant provides a link to the guide which will walk you through the restore.

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oops, I did it with disk utilities app
I thought I could simply earse the second partition and resize the primery disk
is there anithing I can do now?
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Short answer? no, you could reformat the second partition.
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