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Partition Resize help

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I'm trying to resize my OSX Mavericks install partition size, but Disk Utility from within Mac OS X won't let me, and none of the partition programs I have for windows recognizes the HFS+ partition so I can't resize it with them.Suggestions would be appreciated.

 

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Im goin to give you a link with steps by step on how to do it using disk utility.and let me know if thisis the way you try it.here is the linkhttp://macs.about.com/od/applications/ss/diskutilitysize_3.htm

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If you try it that way in the link and it didnt work.i will help you with another way :)

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The options in the disk utility is greyed out and unavailable to me. I also have another problem, when ever I log into Mac OSX and then back into Windows, my clock is set to the incorrect time.

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In windows theres a process call "windows time" you have to set it to automatic thats the process that sync the system time

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And about the resizing partition .if you cant do it using disk utility i can give you a link to a Third partyApplication you can use.

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The options in the disk utility is greyed out and unavailable to me. I also have another problem, when ever I log into Mac OSX and then back into Windows, my clock is set to the incorrect time.

read this guide https://www.hackintoshzone.com/topic/94-fix-the-time-difference-between-osx86-and-windows-in-multiboot-setups/?p=371

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Boot back into the Niresh USB, load disk utility then try. I don't think OS X allows you to mod the root disk whilst your booted into it

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