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Old 10-20-2008, 03:00 PM   #1
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Partitioning and Fedora installation

I have a 90 GB drive. 60 GB is windows NT and 4 gb is fat32. When I try to install Fedora I get errors with the partitioning. Please help. How do one do this?
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I split your unrelated post out of the other thread - welcome to LQ! :}

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What errors exactly? Have you defragmented your Windows partitions, resized them, and left some unallocated space? More details, please.


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