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    Removing Boot Camp - Need Help!
    Hey guys...

    I recently installed Boot Camp on my MacBook. To make a long story short, didn't really enjoy my Windows experience and decided to remove it and just use OSX from here on out. Anyways, instead of opening the Boot Camp assistant to remove my Windows partition, I reformatted OSX and everything was restored to factory settings - meaning the Boot Camp assistant was removed, but my Windows partition was left intact. Dumb move on my part. Is there any other way I can remove my Windows partition and get everything set back up for OSX as it was? Thanks in advance!

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    Just download and run the Boot Camp Assistant again. You should be able to restore the drive back to its original state.

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