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I've initially was trying to shrink my partition Mac utility disc (in El Capitan) and then planned on using Win7 to extend the Windows partition. From what I can tell and have read here, the empty space was not left not allocated, but was created as a fifth partition that messed up the MBR and unable to start Windows.

I followed with the fix of Eversclever similar problem earlier today, but I can't get the MacBook boot recovery with ⌘R at startup. I just download El Capitan once again to make a bootable USB installation to enter the terminal and remove protection SIP in the morning. I wanted the details of my system because I'm a little concerned just making it worse until it will be unrecoverable. As it is now, I always have access to the files from the Boot Camp partition in the Finder in El Capitan. It will support during the night.

Thank you in advance for lonely T and anyone who spends their time to help out us. I really wish that disk utility would not allow editing of the partition because it seems to be in difficulty. Of course there is always risk when playing with partitions, but what is the "safest" way to do it without backup and start over?

diskutil list

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#: NAME SIZE TYPE IDENTIFIER

0: GUID_partition_scheme * GB 500,1 disk0

1: disk0s1 EFI EFI 209.7 MB

2: Apple_HFS GB MacHD 420,5 disk0s2

3: disk0s3 Apple_Boot Recovery 784,6 MB HD

4: Apple_HFS 18.5 Untitled GB disk0s4

5: Microsoft database BOOTCAMP 60.0 GB disk0s5

Cs diskutil list

No logical volume group CoreStorage found

sudo TPG - vv - r see the/dev/disk0

Password:

See the TPG: / dev/disk0: mediasize = 500107862016; SectorSize = 512; blocks = 976773168

See the TPG: / dev/disk0: PMBR to sector 0

See the TPG: / dev/disk0: Pri GPT to sector 1

See the TPG: / dev/disk0: GPT Sec at sector 976773167

start index size summary

0 1 PMBR

1 1 Pri GPT header

2 32 table GPT Pri

34 6

40 409600 1 part TPG - C12A7328-F81F-11D2-BA4B-00A0C93EC93B

409640 821250536 2 part TPG - 48465300-0000-11AA-AA11-00306543ECAC

821660176 1532504 3 part TPG - 426F6F74-0000-11AA-AA11-00306543ECAC

823192680 36131736 4 part TPG - 48465300-0000-11AA-AA11-00306543ECAC

859324416 262144

859586560 117186560 5 part TPG - EBD0A0A2-B9E5-4433-87C0-68B6B72699C7

976773120 15

976773135 32 table dry GPT

976773167 1 dry GPT header

sudo fdisk/dev/disk0

Disk: geometry / dev/disk0: 60801/255/63 [976773168 sectors]

Signature: 0xAA55

From end

#: cyl hd s - cyl hd s id [Start - size]

------------------------------------------------------------------------

1: EA 1023 254 63 - 1023 254 63 [1-976773167]

02:00 0 0 0-0 0 0 [0-0] unused

03:00 0 0 0-0 0 0 [0-0] unused

04:00 0 0 0-0 0 0 [0-0] unused

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Can you post the output of

sudo dd if = / dev/rdisk0s5 account = 1 2 >/dev/null | hexdump - C

If you are comfortable fixing the MBR issue, convert the partition without title to space and use GParted to merge windows and free space and run the Startup Repair tool, then Yes, it is possible to extend Windows using these tools.

You can also use tools like Winclone or Camptune for resize/backup/restore Windows.

Model Mac after end of 2013 supports Windows EFI, which removes the limits of use and to manipulate the MBR that allows resizing much more easily.

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