Windows Ubuntu Dual Boot Problem
Yesterday i decided to make my laptop dual boot. I followed the instructions for XP/Ubuntu dual boot (XP installed first).
1. Created a Partition for Windows XP (divided the HDD in 2 parts 110 GB for XP/Ubuntu Installation and 200 for different purposes)
2. Installed XP
3. Began installing Ubuntu and i don't know why but it decided that i want to install it on the second partition-200GBs. But i continued. Everything worked perfectly both systems boot smootly with GRUB. But when i loged in to windows to resize the 110 partition it turns out that this partition was 80% Full! The windows directory has become 75GBs and 27000 Files. Where is the problem and how should i devide the drive by clean installation so that i have the following configuration?
1x 70GB NTFS for Windows C:\
1x 40GB Ext3 for Ubuntu's Filesystem + 1x 2-3GB's Swap.
1x 200GB NTFS for everything else.
P.S. The HDD is now completely formated.