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Dual-boot Pardus 2011 and Windows 7

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This article is the next in a series of guides on how to dual-boot Windows 7 and Linux and BSD distributions. It covers dual-booting Pardus 2011 and Windows 7. If you want to dual-boot Windows and another operating system, like a Linux or BSD distribution, you will likely do so on a computer with one or two hard drives. And you will want to do it on a computer with an existing installation of Windows 7, or by installing Windows 7 anew.

This tutorial presents a step-by-step guide on how to proceed on a computer with one hard disk, with specific instructions on how to free up space for Pardus 2011 when installing Windows 7 anew, or when installing on a computer with an existing installation of Windows 7.
 read more | mail this link | score:8392 | -finid, April 16, 2011
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