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Old 02-17-2008, 01:14 PM
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Can I "unpartition" a drive partitioned for SD and TM?

I have a 500GB drive I previously partitioned so I could have a SD clone on one partition and successive TM backups on the other.

Is there any way I can "unpartition" that drive so both my SD clone and TM backups exist in the same volume, without losing those backups? I think I'll get better efficiency that way (my MacBook drive is 250GB,with 203GB in use). It's currently formatted as "Mac OS Extended (Journaled)".
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