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Old 11th January 2017, 08:48 PM
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Re: Windows 10 is gone after installing Fedora workstation 25

Hmmm - this is worrisome. I have a functioning win7 64 bit installed on my SSD, with about half the SSD unallocated to make room for the Linux installation (Fedora-MATE_Compiz-Live-x86_64-25-1.3). The machine is UEFI (mobo ASRock H170M PRO4, BIOS version 7.10). I am concerned about installing to the SSD (first 2 partitions are a windows system reserved of 100MB, and the C drive of 125 GB; 100 GB remaining unallocated). Anyone see problems or things I really need to be careful of? I really do need my Win7 OS to be functional. - Elmar
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