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Ok, I've noticed alot of people asking this question. But none of the solutions works for me. Keep in mind I have NEVER touched Ubuntu before. I want to try out Ubuntu and get to know it.
Here is my problem.
When I boot up Ubuntu from my USB device the option to install alongside windows 7 is gone.
I have 2 drives in my computer. One 120GB SSD and one 1TB HDD. I want to install Ubuntu on my SSD where Windows 7 already is installed.
I've read about Ubuntus limitations to 4 partitions, I only got 3 (my 1TB included) So it's only 2 partitions on my SSD. I've reduced my Primary partition on the SSD so Ubuntu can have 10GB. And I've kept those 10GB as "unlocated space". But still it won't detect the partition.
I tried some guys step by step guide, where he used a program named Gdisk. But the terminal in Ubuntu won't recognize the command.
So what should I do now? Any advice?
Please remember that I have no experience with Linux at all, so giving me a lot of advance steps might not help. Just think of me as stupid if that helps :)