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Thread: Reinstall Backtrack4

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    Default Reinstall Backtrack4

    Hello everyone. I have a box with win7 and backtrack4 (Dual Boot) and i want to reinstall Backtrack4 (the R2 version) leaving win7 and at the same space as the currently Backtrack.
    I dont want to use the upgrade method from the console in order to go to R2 version.
    Do you know how i can do that? Any guide?
    Thank you very much for your time and consideration.

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    Default Re: Reinstall Backtrack4

    i figure you can use the install shell from bt4R2 live to do that, you just have to reformat the partition that you installed bt on and then re install to it.
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    Default Re: Reinstall Backtrack4

    Get a R2 .iso follow the Dual Boot guide from the HowTo on the home page.

    This isn't really Backtrack related it's Linux 101.
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