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Ok, i have windows installed on my box, and i used to have yoper on it toom, well when i went to reformat my windwos partion i killed my yoper ...
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    help on installing yoper!!!


    Ok, i have windows installed on my box, and i used to have yoper on it toom, well when i went to reformat my windwos partion i killed my yoper insted and then when i notice i did that i cried and then killed my window, well i forgot to make another partion for yoper and now i'm f***. well i dont want to kill windows because its working, ya i know shocker to hear windows working. is the any way i can install yoper on the same partion as windows? plz help me, i dont want to use windows as my main os!!!

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    you could use a program such as partition magic to partition on the fly to create a linux partition off of the same one that windows is on...then install to that partition.

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    Re: help on installing yoper!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by duffman108
    Ok, i have windows installed on my box, and i used to have yoper on it toom, well when i went to reformat my windwos partion i killed my yoper insted and then when i notice i did that i cried and then killed my window, well i forgot to make another partion for yoper and now i'm f***. well i dont want to kill windows because its working, ya i know shocker to hear windows working. is the any way i can install yoper on the same partion as windows? plz help me, i dont want to use windows as my main os!!!
    doesnt yoper's formatting tool support non-destructive ntfs partitioning? i'm talking about the qt-powered one, not the command line...

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