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Difficulties with re-repartitioning my Macbook Pro for Boot Camp (solved)
So like, I have a MacBook Pro running Leopard. I also had a 15GB Windows partition, and a working installation of VMWare, too. Everything functioned normally. Today, I decided I wanted a larger Windows partition, so started Boot Camp Assistant and removed the Windows partition. Finder tells me I have 44.8GB free on my hard drive, and so I set the Windows partition to 22. I left it to analyze my drive for a while, only to have the application turn around and tell me "The disk cannot be partitioned because some files cannot be moved." I googled around and read that some people were running into this problem re-partitioning after they had installed VMWare. Fair enough; I remove VMWare completely via AppCleaner. I reboot. This time, Boot Camp Assistant analyzes fine until the very end of the progress bar, where it gives me the same error message again.
Apparently, I have to solve this problem before I can install Windows on this computer again, and that's very important to me and my computing needs. I'm willing to reformat the whole laptop, but honestly I'd rather not. Has anyone run into this problem before? What gives?