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  • 28-07-2013, 02:45 PM
    ANKUR

    Re: Fixing Used space problem in Mac with BootCamp?

    Hello Sir,

    I think that your current problem is to simple,

    You just have to follow me as below for the solution to your current query::::::::::>>>>>>>>>>>

    ** First of all you have to turn off all the apps that are running into your device.

    ** Now restart your device.

    ** After restart your device you have to open the Boot camp assistant in to your device.

    ** After that you have to navigate at the Create or remove the window partitions option.

    ** Here after you have to click on the continue button.

    ** After that you have to select the disk which have Window partitions.

    ** Now after that you have to tap on the partition and then tap on the restore option.

    ** I am sure that you will got the solution to your current problem after going through the above information.

    All the best.


    Thank you.

  • 23-07-2013, 11:48 AM
    deepak.verma412

    Re: Fixing Used space problem in Mac with BootCamp?

    hi,
    steps:
    1 turn on your system.
    2 go to boot camp application and turn off it.
    3 start up in mac OS x.
    4 also turn off all other apps.
    5 open boot camp assistant.
    6 and select the create or remove windows partition and then click on continue.
    7 now select the disk having the window partition .
    8 select the partition and then restore it.
    ok.
  • 21-07-2013, 11:38 PM
    jpdmostwanted

    Re: Fixing Used space problem in Mac with BootCamp?

    Hello Guest,

    To delete Windows and the Windows partition and recover the space used by it follow these steps:

    1. Shut down the bootcamp application.
    2. Start up in Mac OS X.
    3. End all open applications and log out any other users on your system.
    4. Open Boot Camp Assistant.
    5. Select “Create or remove a Windows partition” and click Continue.
    6. Then select the disk which has the windows partition in it.
    7. If you have only one partition then select restore.
  • 18-11-2012, 03:30 PM
    Unregistered

    Fixing Used space problem in Mac with BootCamp?

    I was thinking to install the Windows OS in my Mac so was doing that with BootCamp but once after the space allocation I quit the setup in the middle and now the partition which was taken is shown as used space which is part of Mac partition and I am not able to use it at all. What should I do to get that locked space back? Please give me the fix for it?

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