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I recently downloaded linux mint, but when I came to install it I created a partition in my D Drive, yet it still managed to completely wipe out my windows ...
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- 06-27-2007 #1
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- Jun 2007
uestion about dual booting and Linux Mint 3.0
- 06-27-2007 #2
- 06-27-2007 #3
When you install Linux Mint you have to choose "Set up my partitions manually" then choose a partition instead of a whole drive, because by default it will wipe a whole disk if you don't give it a specific partition.