16 reputation
12
bio website
location
age
visits member for 2 years, 2 months
seen Oct 4 '12 at 8:48

Nov
24
awarded  Notable Question
Oct
16
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
27
comment Got problem with installation. “No root file system is defined.”
Hey I just discovered that my disk is not "Dynamic" at all. It is "Basic Disk", and that's for sure. will you help me to figure out why I can't install Ubuntu 12 64bit on my PC? Thanks!
Sep
24
comment Got problem with installation. “No root file system is defined.”
Oh. Well, that's a funny fact, because I shrank 20GB from my C drive to save some GB's for Ubuntu. So it's possible to convert disk to "dynamic", but once you do you can't turn it back? only by a format? thanks for that weirdos 7
Sep
24
comment Got problem with installation. “No root file system is defined.”
Hey! thanks for your very quick reply. I did not confirmed it. But I also don't find any related suggestions that might solve my problem, apart to convert my disk. My purpose is to install ubuntu alongside windows 7. Will I be able to install win7 on a "basic disk"? I really wondering why my disk is even "Dynamic" at all.
Sep
24
comment Got problem with installation. “No root file system is defined.”
Sergey, Thanks for your comment. Do I have to erase everything on my hard drive in order to convert it to a "Basic disk"?
Sep
24
comment Got problem with installation. “No root file system is defined.”
ObsessiveFOSS - Thanks for your suggestion. I tried it, but still I don't get the full information about my hard drive.
Sep
23
awarded  Student
Sep
23
asked Got problem with installation. “No root file system is defined.”