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How do I create an NTFS Partition on a BootCamp Drive

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I am trying to restore an image of a BootCamp partition to another MacBook. I have successfully created the image using winclone. But I cant figure out how to format the BootCamp drive as NTFS. Any ideas or if there is another utility that I can use other than winclone just point me in that direction
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See if this answers your question:  http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=639632
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I discovered my error. I was using winclone to create the image and to restore it. However, I wasn't making the partition large enouth to accomodate the XP OS. Even though the Image was only 5GB I had to make the Partition 35GB which matches the partition size of my source for it to take..
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