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How can i unify my partitions ?


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How can i unify my partitions ?

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Plz help me !

how can i unify my partitions ?
i want 1 partition. :S how it can be possible ? :S
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It would help a bit if we could understand how you go into this predicament. Can you elaborate please?

I only ask because this is not what Disk Utility normally looks like when doing a partitioning operation.

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It would help a bit if we could understand how you go into this predicament. Can you elaborate please?

I only ask because this is not what Disk Utility normally looks like when doing a partitioning operation.
i install my computer a Mac OS X Lion.

But before i install Lion i divide to 2 partitions it is because of , i think that maybe i don't like new product (but i like it. )

then i install lion in one partition, then i have got 2 admin account in my mac one is for lion another for is leopard then i delete admin account and i delete everything in leopard partition.

then this happened :/
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i install my computer a Mac OS X Lion.

But before i install Lion i divide to 2 partitions it is because of , i think that maybe i don't like new product (but i like it. )

then i install lion in one partition, then i have got 2 admin account in my mac one is for lion another for is leopard then i delete admin account and i delete everything in leopard partition.

then this happened :/
Unfortunately, I don't believe this will be possible without doing a clean install. Have you made a Time Machine backup with Lion?

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