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I had windows just wasent feeling it for some reason, just a waste of space. SO i tried deleting it and it seems my HD is still having 5g of mem left aside for windows. Is there a special way to uninstall it?
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Uninstalling Boot Camp does not uninstall windows.
First you need to open Boot Camp and restore the drive to a single partition.
After you've gotten rid of windows, then you can remove Boot Camp.

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In the Windows world, most everything folks don't understand is called a virus.
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yea i figured it out after I made this thread. forgot about the search button. Sorry im a n00b :/
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