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    while reseting bootcamp with lion...

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    while reseting bootcamp with lion...
    while I was erasing my window partition with lion, it looked frozen so I restarted my computer. Now it says i have lost the windows partition but I did not get the space(100GB) back from it... How can i fix this? Would I have to do clean install of Lion?

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    while reseting bootcamp with lion...
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    You can recover the space by booting the machine with your install DVD and use Disk Utility to integrate the 100 GB unallocated space back into OS X.

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    while reseting bootcamp with lion...

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    hmm yea I have google'd around a bit and I tried that. I put lion osx disk which I made right after I d/l it. I pressed c. I got to disk utility, and did repair disk. I still did not get the allocated space back. Just re-formatted and it seems fine now haha thanks anyways!

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