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Thread: dual booting with windows 7

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    Default dual booting with windows 7

    im trying to figure out how to dualboot bt4-final with windows 7 ultimate.

    things i have
    2 partions
    bt4-final live boot on a 2gb usb

    Iam currently dual booting windows 7 beta (just updated to 7 ultimate) with windows 7 ultimate


    the first partion is 138gb (main os)
    the secound partion is 10gb (this is where i want to install bt4-final)
    i didnt make the 10gb partion it was used as recovery when vista came pre installed on my laptop.
    and now has windows 7 installed.


    so this is what i need

    windows 7 on partion 138gb not to be touched
    bt4-final on 10gb secound partion replaceing old windows 7
    i want the boot loader to have two choices
    first option windows 7
    secound option bt4-final

    thanks in advanced for any help i recieve hopefully ive giving you enough info to under stad what im trying to do

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    Default Re: dual booting with windows 7

    Maybe if you searched or read anything you would have found BackTrack Dual Boot Install with Windows (Tested on Win 7). There are a plethora of dual booting guides out there.

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