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Downgrading to Vista Troubles - Trying to install to wrong partition

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#1 Myke


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Posted 04 July 2009 - 09:30 AM

Hey I have Windows 7 and it's not working properly with my Mobile Broadband, so I need to downgrade to Vista.

When I installed 7 it gave me a random partition that wasn't there before, it's about 100mb in size and has nothing on it. It's F:/

When I put my Vista disk in it says it cant be installed because F is too small, even tho I want it on C.

I can't boot from the Vista install disk because I'm using an external DVD drive (internal one is broke) and it isn't bootable from with my BIOS.

Can anyone shed any light on this? Thanks

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