Quote: Originally Posted by rfking
I have Ubuntu 9.10 installed to my laptop, when i installed it i left 80gb partition free for windows 7 to access some programs like adobe photoshop and etc. that i do need in time to time.
I made a windows 7 installation USBkey and it started just fine. When i was selecting the logical disk and press next an error comes up saying that the disk isn't primary.
So is there any way to fix this or do i have to format all and install windows first and then Ubuntu?
To boot from windows 7 it must have an active,primary and ntfs partiton.
Dowload PW Home Edition and and the bootable disc. Free Download Partition Wizard
Boot with the boot disc or from your current OS using the program.
Select first resolution (1 then enter)>Yes to all warnings.
Right click your Windows 7 partiton>Set as active>click Apply
Right click your Windows 7 partiton>Make primary>Click Apply