Linux Mint Installation... Negative 19% Partition?
Okay, so back when I was first trying out Linux and installing Partitions, I did it right, but I used 200GB of Space, and so I decided I didn't want to use it VIA Partition and I wanted to use it VIA Wubi... and I didn't know the correct way to uninstall it... So I went to Windows Partition Manager and manually deleted the partition myself with the OS in it, but the thing is, it turned into 200GB of Unallocated space, and I couldn't give it back to my C: so it's just there... and now, a month *Present day* I want to install Mint 10 KDE and now... The big problem... I can't assign Linux Mint 10 to the unallocated space, only to the rest of the HDD... how do I assign it to the "Free" space? I tried "Specify Partitions Manually" but there was nothing that showed up. What would happen if I assigned negative 19% for Linux? Would it cause negative effects?