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I have Windows 7 in my system. I want to replace it with Ubuntu without losing any of my data in other drives. Is it possible?

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marked as duplicate by Radu Rădeanu, user68186, Kevin Bowen, Mitch, Basharat Sialvi Jun 12 '13 at 17:28

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Yes! To do this you have to boot into the live CD and in the installation GUI you have to select "Something Else" option when it asks you how to install. After that you can modify your drives and partitions to your liking. That's the safe way. You can also do it the easy way by select the option to replace your existing OS.

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Hi leszakk Thanks for the answer. can u give me more information. I have followed the installation given in the ubuntu site but i didn't find the options that your are mentiond. – udaykumar Jun 12 '13 at 11:20

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