I installed Ubuntu 12.04 in a dual boot config with windows 7 on the Windows D-partition. When I log in to Ubuntu I can see every partition except that D-partition. On that partition there are also other files.
I have a Dell Inspiron and decided to make it a dual boot between Windows 7 Professional x64 and Ubuntu 12.04 LTS x64.
My HDD has 500gb and partitioned this way:
- System Reserved NTFS 100mbps (Windows boot)
- Partition C NTFS (75GB, Windows itself)
- Partition D NTFS (some documents of mine)
- Partition E NTFS (120GB, other stuffs)
- Partition F NTFS (50GB, work related)
My computer is a 6 year old Windows Vista dual booted with Ubuntu 13.04. (218 gb Windows Vista, 19gb Ubuntu)
I was just setting up some tools until I started to run out of space on my Ubuntu partition, so I decided to repartition my HDD using my Ubuntu boot disk.
The idea was to de-allocate 30 gb from my Windows partition and allocated to my Ubuntu partition.
I currently have Ubuntu dual-booted on my windows 7 laptop. I installed Ubuntu 12.04.2 via the windows installer and I only allocated 18GB for its partition. I still want to use Ubuntu but I want it on a larger partition so I would like to either delete the partition it's currently using and reinstall Ubuntu with a larger partition (around 100GB or so).
I currently have a dual-boot system handled by GRUB. Windows 7 and BT5. I have posted a picture taken in gparted of my partition table. I would like to take space from the Windows partition and add it to the BT5 partition. Then I think I would have to create a Logical Volume in the extended BT partition and Install Ubuntu there.
Hi guys and girls,
i am having ubuntu 12.04 and windows installed (Dual boot Ubuntu and Windows 7 )
for many times i have 3 partition on my pc .
i use many apps for backup and restore of my win partition for example ghost and acronis , always i make backup and when my pc fall in problem i try restore that !
But that app delete all my partition and i lost all my data and all my partition lost
I am trying to dual boot on an external USB 500GB drive using my laptop.I have Windows 7 installed and booting on 1st partition 230GB now as active primary, 2nd partition is 100GB as primary, and 3rd partition is 135GB as primary. I was intending on installing Ubuntu onto the 2nd partition.