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You can delete sdb5, sdb2 ( Extended Partition ) and create new partitions. * Delete sdb5 and sdb2. * Shrink /dev/sdb1. 15-20GB space is more than enough. * Create an ...
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    You can delete sdb5, sdb2 ( Extended Partition ) and create new partitions.

    * Delete sdb5 and sdb2.
    * Shrink /dev/sdb1. 15-20GB space is more than enough.
    * Create an Extended Partition using all the free space.
    * Create 512MB SWAP partition and one or more NTFS Partitions. You can create 60+ Partitions inside Extended Partition.

    Delete/resize/create partitions using Disk Utility Package available in Administration Menu of Ubuntu LiveCD.
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    haha...Success!!! Thank you so much for your help!

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    Glad to help you !
    Do start a new thread if you have any other question.
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