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I use the Windows bootcamp on my Mac, and wanted to get as much of the memory allocated to that OS because I never use the Mac OS. I successfully repartitioned both operating systems and wanted to optimize the memory so I ran CCleaner on the Mac OS. After I ran ccleaner I went to switch back into OS and the bootcamp option was gone. The only reason it could be gone is because ccleaner deleted it. All of my files are now gone because I moved them to the bootcamp windows os. Is there any way to do a similar procedure on the mac os like a system restore on windows? I do not have any time machine backups... If i could just restore my system/files to one day ago then it would be fine. Can anyone help?

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