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    Hello, i already have dual boot (Windows Vista and Ubuntu) and i want to
    make it a triple boot and add Backtrack 3. Is it possible?
    I ran backtrack 3 from vmware now but i have some problems with the
    internet connection so i want to install it completly to my pc. thnx

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    Quote Originally Posted by pretender View Post
    Hello, i already have dual boot (Windows Vista and Ubuntu) and i want to
    make it a triple boot and add Backtrack 3. Is it possible?
    I ran backtrack 3 from vmware now but i have some problems with the
    internet connection so i want to install it completly to my pc. thnx
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    yes but i already have a dual boot installed (vista and ubuntu).
    please help me...

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    Quote Originally Posted by pretender View Post
    yes but i already have a dual boot installed (vista and ubuntu).
    please help me...
    Did you read that link? It's instructions for a tri-boot environment with Vista, Ubuntu, and BT3, which is EXACTLY what you asked about.

    If you don't have any free space, then you will have your resize the existing partitions and create new partitions. Also you may have to modify your boot loader to add BT3. All they needed information is under that link that archangel.amael gave you.
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