mugstar wrote:Free space on the Windows C: drive is no good, you need free unpartitioned hard drive space. You could defrag C: under Windows, backup all your files then follow towy71's suggestion of using mandrake/Mandriva (since the disk partitioning tool which forms part of the installer is one of the best available IMHO.)
Or, get your hands on another hard disk and install Linux onto that, possibly the less-fraught-with-danger option.
Is your Windows C: drive formatted as NTFS or FAT32?
Users browsing this forum: Narendra and 1 guest