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Old 17th September 2012, 09:45 PM
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installation problem dual boot with windows 7

i am trying to install fedora 17 on my system but every time it says not enough space
my Hard disk has following partitions
1. system record primary partition
2. Windows 7 c: drive primary partition NTFS
3. d: drive extended logical NTFS
4. HP tools primary partition FAT32
5. Unpartition space logical partition

please guide
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