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Someone just helped me install VMWare Fusion and Windows 7 as virtual machine.

And I realize that the disk BOOTCAMP (C:) for Windows 7 is just 39.90 Go, which will be too small... The disk Z is the shared folder with Mac OS.

Is there any way to increse the size of the disk BOOTCAMP (C:) for Windows 7?

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You might be able to use the application GParted to do this. It's not an extremely simple process, since, "The problem is that if you resize your boot/system partition, you will be completely unable to boot without repairing windows," according to this guide from How-To Geek. However, that same guide will guide you through the entire process of doing so.

Mac Rumors has a list of several alternate methods to accomplish your goal.

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OK, that means it has been fixed when we installed this Windows 7 as virtual machine? But I really don't remember when we parameterd it while installing –  SoftTimur Mar 30 '12 at 23:44
    
Sorry, I must clarify one thing: though it is called BOOTCAMP (C:), the Windows 7 is definitely as a virtual machine under VMWare, I don't have dual boot systems. –  SoftTimur Mar 30 '12 at 23:48
    
Oh, I thought you were using VMWare to virtualize the bootcamp partition. So you never actually ran the bootcamp setup? –  Senseful Mar 30 '12 at 23:49
    
I don't have dual systems, I always need to run Mac OS, then virtual machine, then choose Windows 7 as virtual machine... –  SoftTimur Mar 31 '12 at 0:27
    
Not having dual-boot is unlikely, since the partition is called BOOTCAMP, which means at some stage, the Bootcamp setup was run. –  user479 Mar 31 '12 at 4:28
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