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iPartition For all my partitioning, I use and recommend iPartition. It will allow you to resize partitions without deleting any data. It also works for Boot Camp volumes and other PC disks. It will automatically move partitions if necessary to allow resizing into free space that is located before the partition. With iPartition, resizing a partition is ...
I went to Configure>Hardware>Hard Disk 1 and checked all partitions, Partition 2 and 4 weren't checked by default So now my Partitions looking like that:
In VM configuration, did you check the Options>Sharing settings are OK ? SmartMount should be checked. And verify that all the volumes are mounted by MacOS.
Yes a partition is useful if you have Photoshop. The scratch disk in CS6 regularly bloats out to 60gig!!! It's unbelievable. My macbook then locks up. I have to reboot PShop every so often to free up space again. I'm about to partition my SSD to avoid it.
This is what I found to work: Create USB stick using Apple Bootcamp Assistant (and keep it in your machine for the duration of the installation). Follow the entire process (including specifying the size of your Windows partition). When Bootamp Assitant reboots your machine you need to interrupt the installation by holding option until you get a choice of ...
The partition has to be formatted NTFS. Special set ups like this are better done manually, not with bootcamp. Format the partition NTFS, then startup with your windoze disk and try to install it to the USB drive.
This indicates that the partition map on the drive is corrupt and needs to be repaired. Backup all your data (possibly with a disk image of your startup disk partition) and boot into a separate disk (not Recovery HD). Select your drive in Disk Utility, and choose the Partition tab. Change Partition Layout to 1 Partition or 2 Partitions. This will erase ...
This is getting increasingly harder over time. Instead of creating a bootable Linux partition, I find it much easier to simply install virtualBox and create a Linux virtual machine instead.
Sorry to hear that rEFIt it broken is Mavericks, I'm sure they'll fix it soon enough. In either case you can still select an alternate boot drive by holding option on system startup. The Mac will show you any devices that are connected and bootable, and you can just pick one to start up on (Likewise from the Startup Disk preference pane in System ...
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