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I had been using Ubuntu for a little while now and I must say very nice a few hardware compatibility issues but that's not why I am here. I have recently uninstalled Ubuntu because I did not feel safe having both OS able to access data from The Same Drive I would like to install Ubuntu on one partition so that its data is kept with that OS on its own partition separate from windows. How can I do this from windows 7 ? I am using a Live CD for installation of Ubuntu. If I am unclear please do say so :)

EDIT: HDD status at the moment is Windows C:\ And System E:\ Both partitions I believe used for my Win 7. HDD is 500gb in total.

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Not trying to be rude but it is very generic question and if you Google this you will probably find many links with step by step instructions. Try this for example.

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Wow hour's of searching google and you pointed me to the right place! cheers man. this is why i went askubuntu :) – Dan Mar 26 '13 at 14:46
You are welcome. Glad that helped – JackLock Mar 26 '13 at 14:48

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