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Boot Camp Assistant User Guide

You must use Boot Camp Assistant to remove Windows, or a partition that was created with Boot Camp Assistant, from your Intel-based Mac.

Navigate to Applications Utilities and launch Boot Camp Assistant. Type in your admin username and password and press OK. Boot Camp Assistant will now begin erasing the Boot Camp partition and restoring your boot disk as a single partition. Once it has finished, your Mac will return to its pre-Bootcamp state. I was trying to get rid of an old Bootcamp partition I didn't want anymore. I followed these instructions to remove a partition using Disk Utility, but the removal failed. Now the partition is gone, but the space it used to occupy hasn't been merged back to the main disk partition - it's just gone. My SSD is 1 TB, but Macintosh HD is only 775.

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WARNING: Do not use any other utilities to remove Windows or a partition that was created with Boot Camp.

  1. Start up your Mac in macOS.

  2. Back up all important data stored on your Windows partition before you remove Windows.

    WARNING: When Windows is removed, the Windows partition—as well as all data stored in the partition—will be erased permanently.

  3. Quit all open apps and log out any other users.

  4. Open Boot Camp Assistant , then click Continue.

  5. If the Select Tasks step appears, select “Remove Windows 10 or later version,” then click Continue.

  6. Windows 10 free trial download. Do one of the following:

    • If your Mac has a single internal disk, click Restore.

    • If your Mac has multiple internal disks, select the Windows disk, select “Restore disk to a single macOS partition,” then click Continue.

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Mar 3, 2007
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today I decided to put Vista on my Mac and when I went through the bootcamp assistant it asked me to decide how big the partition to be. I chose the minimum of 5 gb. Tried to go through the install but before Windows isntalled, it said I needed minimum of 6gb..
so I quit the windows install and went back to Mac, now Im there and cannot figure out how to delete the partition. If I go to disc utilities, i can erase it to a Mac OS Extended (journaled) but I cannot delete it. So I try to open up Bootcamp again (read online you can erase from there) but I get this error when I try to run it
The startup disk cannot be partitioned or restored to a single partition.
The startup disk must be formatted as a single Mac OS Extended (Journaled) volume or already partitioned by Boot Camp Assistant for installing Windows.
what do I do from here without totally wipping out OSX and reinstalling (have a ton of software and stuff on here, hate to do this)..
IF, i do have to whipe out OSX, whats the best way to do it? I did a time machine this morning. Would that restore all applications, files, everything???