I've prepared a PC for installing Ubuntu 12.04 LTS alongside Windows Vista. These are the steps I've taken:
1) Shrunk the C: drive to create 60GB for Ubuntu. The Disk Management utility confirms that part of the disk is unallocated. 2) I put Ubuntu on a USB stick using the USB installer provided at pendrivelinux.com. 3) I then booted my PC from the USB stick and the installation process began. 4) At the welcome screen I selected "Install Ubuntu" 5) At the Preparing to Install Ubuntu screen all the conditions were satisfied. 6) At the installation type I selected the option to install Ubuntu alongside them.
Then the message pops up: Unable to satisfy all constraints on the partition.
Can anyone explain how to overcome this?
Thanks for all the responses. Following Rod's advice I was able to resolve the problem but all the answers helped.