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http://crunchbang.org – hi xtro,you posted in the "Testing/Unstsable" section, so I assume you want to install #! 11. In such a case the installer comes only with graphical interface, so everything is pretty much straightforward. You just have to manually assign mount points so that your M$-win partition won't be touched...If you are not sure how to proceed you can always play around with the installer into a virtual machine and/or come back for more help/troubleshooting... [edit]as m5 said, google and the internal search on the forum, are always your friend in these cases[/edit]P.S.: please, try to us (HowTos)