Resizing Mountain Lion AND Bootcamp partition


I have recently bought a new disk for my macbook pro which runs mountain lion.

I have succesfully cloned the old drive to the new drive, but I wish to resize the partitions to take advantage of the additional space.

I have tried using Disk Manager to resize the partition, but it wont let me. I assume this is becuase of the BootCamp partition being in the way. I have also tried diskutil from the console with the same issue.

I have also tried resizing the bootcamp partition whilst it was loaded and that worked fine, but Mountain Lion did not recognise these changes and still showed unallocated space in Disk Manager when in reality this had been allocated to windows.

What I want to do is resize the Mountain Lion partition (HFS+) and the Bootcamp partition (NTFS) to use all of the disk space.

How can I do this?

Best Answer

Try Gnome Partition Editor.

It can perform actions with partitions such as:

create or delete resize or move check label set new UUID copy and paste

Manipulate file systems such as:

btrfs ext2 / ext3 / ext4 fat16 / fat32 hfs / hfs+ linux-swap nilfs2 ntfs reiserfs / reiser4 ufs xfs And many more features

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