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Windows 7: Want to Shrink C partition into 3 partition but files are preventing

13 Sep 2011   #11
themartyrs

windows7 ultimate x64
 
 

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The third best is to use two separate Hard Disk Drives, running Linux with Wondows on one Hd drive will not mix well.
OK so doing a dual boot wont disregard my cache which is important for low latency recording/editing
Thanks
I'm not sure I fully understand your issue here (ie. my lack of understanding).

You can BIOS boot the two HDD. Booting this way I think is safer and no different to booting that disk as if it was the only disk present. You can access the other disk(s) once booted.
Wha t I want to make sure of is whats the best setup for recording and editing audio?Right now I only have windows 7 installed but I want to be able to use both windows and linux audio programs.


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13 Sep 2011   #12
themartyrs

windows7 ultimate x64
 
 

PLease again I am very basic on my knowledge and understanding of computers,please will someone help me a little more in depth,I really appreciate it
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