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    Default installing backtrack3 final on hdd

    i foloow few tourial i did axactly what it said but couldn't reboot from windows after installation so i tried many time i found out it better make partition from magic partition pro for example i have a 120 gb hard drive i put 20 gb for backtrack used magic partition pro then when i back to window i waited to windows finish chkdsk then it asked me to rebbot twice i did that then i turn my laptop off boot from back track i used tuotorial from backtrack wiki umount a disk then format that 20 gb to ext3 thwn commet it to disk then delete it that ext3 then commet to disk again then i when i start turorial everything gone well mangae to boot from windows and backtrack use backtrack wiki tutorial ........

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    Quote Originally Posted by mahabad1972 View Post
    i foloow few tourial i did axactly what it said but couldn't reboot from windows after installation so i tried many time i found out it better make partition from magic partition pro for example i have a 120 gb hard drive i put 20 gb for backtrack used magic partition pro then when i back to window i waited to windows finish chkdsk then it asked me to rebbot twice i did that then i turn my laptop off boot from back track i used tuotorial from backtrack wiki umount a disk then format that 20 gb to ext3 thwn commet it to disk then delete it that ext3 then commet to disk again then i when i start turorial everything gone well mangae to boot from windows and backtrack use backtrack wiki tutorial ........
    Glad I was not trying to read that sentence out loud as the lack of punctuation would most likely have caused me to pass out from asphyxiation. However, this is not a fix for any bug in BT3F and therefore should not be posted under this section.
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