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Resized Boot Camp partition; now I have "disk0s4"

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justintime20 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)
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Feb 17, 2013 8:11 PM

OK so i was following this tutorial on how to increase your boot camp partition from this website.


Following this blog post: s-8/


I resized my Boot Camp partition to give Windows 7 more space.  In Disk Utility on OS X ML, I reduced the size of my OS X partition. So then i clicked apply and now that partition says disk0s4. I tried to verfiy and repair it through disk utitlity but It wont let me as there are problems. I have reiszed my parition before and never had this problem before. What did I do wrong and will I be able to fix it?

Mac Pro


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