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I looked at the tools you suggested and realized I misunderstood the question. Great looking tools though, I bookmarked them and filed them away!

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I looked at the tools you suggested and realized I misunderstood the question. Great looking tools though, I bookmarked them and filed them away!

Yeah, I was wondering though how would a VM running linux allow you access to its partitiion from windows. But thats cool, It could've happened to me too.

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Just to be clear, the reason you cannot access the Linux file system in Windows is because Windows only supports FAT and NTFS file systems. Linux will be using one of any number of file systems not supported by Windows such as ext3, ext4, RaiserFS or XFS just to name a few.

Fortunately, Linux is fully capable of reading and writing to the file systems Windows supports.

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What method did you use to install it?

I used my whole 250 Gb D drive for it :/

I got a CD with my first time ubuntu book because I was to lazy to burn a .iso myself so i bought a 40$ book with it .... sounded right :lol:

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So you used the windows installer?

That will have partitioned the second hard disk, if you reboot, you will either get a list of operating systems or you'll need to tell your computer to boot from the second hard disk.

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So you used the windows installer?

That will have partitioned the second hard disk, if you reboot, you will either get a list of operating systems or you'll need to tell your computer to boot from the second hard disk.

I get a list ..

Would have been nice to just turn my comp on and it always boot windows unless I hit a key .. :/ (without waiting 10 seconds)

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