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    [SOLVED] Re: Side-by-side install with Win7 fails

    Thanks "oldfred".
    I don't know what packages I need to find, and since my WiFi is my only connection, guess I'll have to find some other way to do this.

    Since I don't think it's appropriate to...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Side-by-side install with Win7 fails

    [zwygart: Yes, this will be the right way. Just pay attention to every step you do.]

    It worked! Thanks for everyone's help.
    With only 3 used partition and enough free unpartitioned space, the...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Side-by-side install with Win7 fails

    Thanks zwygart, I'll check them out.
    Really need to learn a lot more of these stuff.
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    [SOLVED] Re: Side-by-side install with Win7 fails

    Okay, I got the snapshot of my partitions. But it's from Windows Disk Management tool as Mark pointed earlier, not from GParted. Hope that's fine, cause I'm not familiar yet to Lubuntu and doing it...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Side-by-side install with Win7 fails

    Thanks, wilee.
    I'll try making a snapshot of it, and backing up data & make image of Windows too.

    Sorry to ask but, what does it mean to make extended partition? And then logical? I have no idea...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Side-by-side install with Win7 fails

    Hey all, thanks for the replies.

    So I found GParted, ran it in Live session, and it says I have 4 partitions.
    While Windows' File Manager says I have 3?

    According to GParted I have:
    1 NTFS...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Side-by-side install with Win7 fails

    I tried installing from Live session, not from inside Windows. There was an icon on the desktop & I just double-clicked it.
    The install options were:
    1. Install within Windows 7 (and choose at boot...
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    [SOLVED] Side-by-side install with Win7 fails

    I have an Acer Aspire 4741 with 2Gb RAM laptop with Windows 7 installed by manufacturer. I've never had any experience with Linux, but been interested for a while.

    I decided to try Lubuntu but...
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