Ok so here is the problem, last night i burned a ubuntu 12.10 on a disc, GREAT! bootable ubuntu disc, however i am aware that i need to make some partitions in my HD to accomidate this in order to dual boot, however in my disc manager on both windows and ubuntu I have 4 partitions already on my disc Drive they are labeled as follows
Windows7_OS(c:) NTFS (system boot,page file,ACtive,CrASH dump, Primary partition) 262.81 gb capacity , 174.29 gb free space LENOVO (D:) NTFS (Primary Partition) 25.47 gb capactity, 21.79 gb free space (E:) NTFS ( primary partition) 200mb capactity, 165 mb free space unlabeled (OEM partition ) 19.53gb capactity, 9.53 gb free space
Lastnight i made an error and tried partitioning my harddrive in ububntu and windows would not boot so i had to go and undo my partition(s) that i made off the windows 7 parition and everything worked fine again, now i boot windows go into disc management and shrunk my windows partiton to the size it is now in windows and i now have 363.05 gb Unallocated disc space available, how do i use this space when i already have 4 partitions and how do i partition properly so i dont loose windows in the process, my ubuntu will not give me the install option alongside windows, just the advanced option and completely errasing windows and installing ubuntu, any help please, i am a noob in this dept and dont want to wreck my rather new computer.... thank you anyone who can help!!