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I want to install ubuntu alongside of windows. I created unallocated space in windows. But it is not showing as free space in ubuntu installation. How to create free space for ubuntu installation

Even I created drive with the unallocated space in windows, it is not showing in ubuntu installation. C drive - 100 gb D drive - 140 gb E drive - 190 gb Unallocated - 50 gb System reserved - 100mb

In ubuntu installation it is showing only 3 ntfs with the following space Size. Used /dev/sda /dev/sda1 ntfs 1mb. Unknown /dev/sda2. ntfs 104 mb. Unknown /dev/sda3. ntfs. 104751mb. 14349mb /dev/sda4 ntfs. 395249mb. 160737mb Which partition I have to select now for installation

I tried after creating drive with the unallocated space but it is showing same as the above.

Where is the 50gb space in which I want to install ubuntu

I am using 14.04.3 LTS

  • Don't summarize. Show us actual program output -- either screen shots of GParted or cut-and-pasted text-mode output from parted, fdisk, or gdisk (as appropriate for your disk type). The version of Windows and partitioning scheme (MBR or GPT) are also relevant. – Rod Smith Dec 13 '15 at 22:55
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In a "standard" configuration, it would be the /dev/sdc2 partition.

Assuming you are using gparted, there is a drive toggle up to the right, where you can select the third drive (corresponding to E:).

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