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hi, im new to the whole linux scene but I am fed right up with Microsoft, so I want to switch, I have VEctor Linux burnt onto a disc, I ...
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    Vector Linux installation help


    hi, im new to the whole linux scene but I am fed right up with Microsoft, so I want to switch, I have VEctor Linux burnt onto a disc, I boot from it etc, but I try partitioning the drives and it starts to work then a screen comes up saying somethign isnt synching I cant really tell you what that is cuz if i try again it erases all my data...(i'd also like it to run along with my windows installation {true gamer :o } dual boot etc thanks anyway

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    Without knowing the exact problem it is rather hard to help. THough you could setup the partitioning via using QTParted on the live cd linux Knoppix.
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    or you could use cfdisk ( sounds like you are using fdisk)

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