Sometimes you just decide to do things the hard way. This is what I did for my Macbook Air when I bought a larger SSD. It had OS/X on the first partition and Windows 7 on the second partition.
- Backup your data.
- Create a Clozilla bootable thumb drive.
- Get an OWC drive with external case. Plug in the new drive in the external case.
- Boot Clonezilla from the thumb drive.
- Clone the internal disk to the new, larger, external disk.
- Make an exact copy of the disk using Clonezilla.
- This exact copy will not make use of the full drive.
- Run“sudo gdisk” from a Mac terminal
- Enter expert mode. Type “x” and hit “Enter”.
- Move the backup GPT data structures from the end of the old disk length to the end of the new disk. Type “e” and hit “Enter”.
- Exit gdisk. Type “w” and hit “Enter”.
- Download Mini Tool Partition Wizard
- Use MTPW to extend the windows partition to fill the disk.
- CampTune may tell you it needs to re-align the MBR and GPT. Let it.
Early step of this are based on http://www.ourfunkyfamily.com/machinations/?p=8