Dual Boot Installation with Windows 7 and Vista
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06 May 2009
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Try shrinking the C partition to create unallocated space.
Then right click the unallocated and create a partition to install 7 on.
Disk Management - Shrink Partition - Vista Forums
Disk Management - Delete and Extend - Vista Forums
Hope it helps
sory but the point i cant understand: why i have to make a new partition
i still have one (D) partition?
why i cant use D for installation seven
or am i have to use C definitely?
sory i keep you busy
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