I'm running windows 7 and would like to dualboot Linux Mint. I have a single HDD with 5 partitions.
This is what I see from my win7:
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This is what I see when I load Mint from the liveboot (i've marked the partitions as seen from win7):
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However, when I try to install Mint, I get this:
mint inst.jpg 59.43KB 0 downloads
From the size, I believe the sda3 in the above picture is my C drive and sda4 refers to the rest of my drives. i.e.,D, E and L.
I'd like to know how to install Mint in my L drive, leaving D and E drives alone.
I prefer to split this L into 3 for Mint's Root, Swap and Home.
BTW, I'm following this guide:https://itsfoss.com/guide-install-linux-mint-16-dual-boot-windows/
Thanks for any response.
Edited by pras92, 03 October 2016 - 04:22 PM.