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Old 11-14-2007, 07:19 PM   #1
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I have installed a new 200 gb slave drive, it is reconized but not formated. What I want to do is 1. partition drive 2. install Kubuntu 7.10 i386 live cd able to boot from this drive.
My problem is I don't know how use QT parted or what partitions/values to set (newbie). I've done alot of searchs on this but am more confused then ever, I need a step by step or site that will help me through this. I,m in QTparted /partition drive but know what set up should be.
Dell 8300 3.2
master HDD 120gb with xp pro and kubuntu 7.4 (dual boot)
slave HDD 200gb new installed but unformated
memory 1,28gb
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The Partition Howto is what you need.

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