6 Replies Latest reply: Nov 5, 2012 6:59 AM by wjosten
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Hi everybody, I recently installed windows7 on my mac through Boot Camp. I allocated 150GB for the Boot Camp partition. Then whilst using the Windows disk utility manager, I decided to create another partition (58 GB) but I was never able to see it, no matter what I did. When I log in through OS X, the boot camp partition had actually dropped by 58GB. Then somebody advised that I could be able to recover the lost HD space if I simply deleted the Boot Camp partition. I did so and after, I dragged down the Mac HD to cover the space previously occupied by the boot camp partition but unfortunately, the system returned a message saying "file verification failed". Please help, I'm quite stranded. How do I get back my space????


MacBook Pro, OS X Mountain Lion (10.8.2), Mid 2010