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I have an external USB drive, which I've partitioned into separate FAT32 ("MOVIES") and OSX ("TIME_MACHINE") partitions:

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I now wish to remove the FAT32 partition and just use the OSX partition.

Aside from reformating the disk with a single OSX partition, is it possible to:

  • remove/erase the FAT32 partition, then
  • expand the OSX partition to take up the entire drive

without losing the contents of the OSX partition?

marked as duplicate by Tetsujin, grg macos Jan 13 '17 at 8:33

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Disk Utility can't do it, but iPartition can - http://www.coriolis-systems.com/iPartition.php

Tested on both GUID & MBR formatted drives.

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