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I have two drives: C and D Windows 7(32-bit) is installed on C and there are certain programs and data on drive D.

I want to install ubuntu(64-bit) on my pc. So I want to create a new drive for installing Ubuntu. what should I do?

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marked as duplicate by waltinator, Eric Carvalho, karel, Avinash Raj, Lucio Feb 16 '14 at 3:57

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Try to search on google there are dozens of tutorials to install ubuntu alongside windows. – rahilwazir Feb 15 '14 at 11:54

You need to create two more partitions such that one is EXT4 Partition for Ubuntu and another is SWAP Partition with size 512 MB is more than enough.That's it.I sincerely Advised you to use GPARTED tool for partitioning disks.


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Thank you very much. I have created two more drives now and I'll install ubuntu in one of them very soon. – Manish Kumar Bisht Feb 17 '14 at 8:00

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