View Full Version : [ubuntu] No partitions Recognized

April 27th, 2008, 11:01 PM

I've tried to install Debian 4, Ubuntu 7.10 x64 and Ubuntu 8.04 x64 and any of these seem to recognize my partitions.

Not even gparted recognized it.

Is there any special way to make the partitions?, First I used Partition Magic, and after that I used the Windows Vista tool.

I don't want to erase the windows partition[because I'm not the only user of this laptop]

I have Windows Vista Ultimate x64 installed, and it's a 200gb SATA HD

The live cd boots just fine, but at the moment of install the only option I see is the full HD instalation.

Is there any way to manually install ubuntu?, or to make gparted recongize my partition?. Also I can access the partition via the places menu.

[I have tried formating with ext2, ext3 and FAT32 formats, but it's still the same]

it's a 10 GB Partition

Thank you for your tyme

April 28th, 2008, 12:52 AM
never mind, Installed SuSe