Resize Bootcamp Partition And Keep Only Windows 7

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  1. Jarek9

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    Hello everyone!

    I have a MacBook Air with two NTFS partitions - 33GB with Windows 7 and 23GB formatted in NTFS holding my data. I have no OSX partition on this device!!
    The partition utilty in Windows show the following structure (in that order!):

    1) 200 MB EFI Partition
    2) 23 GB NTFS Page File, Primary Partition (drive D:)
    3) 33 GB NTFS System, Boot, Active, Crush Dump, Primary Partition (drive C:) (previously, this partition had OSx installed)

    I want to join partitions C and D so that I do not get a constant message about not enough space on drive C witch contains Windows. Is there any way I can do this without reinstalling Windows simply by playing with partitions and cloning tools? Any advice would be much appreciated!

    Thanks!
    Jarek
     
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    anyone???
     
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    Very few people here have expertise in a Windows only environment.
     
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