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Old 04-23-2008, 10:57 AM
takamine takamine is offline
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So you're saying, by using the GUID for my Macbook (latest revision), it will partition the 3 partitions that I've proposed. And by doing so, I can't set partition C to be FAT32? Is there a way around this?

Does that mean I can't have a bootable partion and another FAT32 partition on the same physical drive (meaning i'd have to buy another separate drive in order to meet my needs?)
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