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Any way avoiding formating when installing windows


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I went to partiction my hd (when running boot camp) it said that there was a error and asked me to reformat my hd and then try again. is there any way of avoiding this?
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Oh boy, something seems to have gone wrong. Was this error message given by the windows installer or by Apple Software (i.e., Boot Camp?).

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it was gaven to me after i tryed to partiction.
Boot camp.
this is very weird. because i tryed it one before and it did it just fine.
and then i undid the partition. but yeah it was from mac.
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i have tryed to run boot camp the other day. and i i tryed to partition my hd it said to refomat and try again.
the weird thing is that i have ran boot camp once before. and it partitioned just fine. but then took the partition away.
is there any reason for this?
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