I want to install openSUSE Linux on my computer really badly. So I managed to install openSUSE (64-bit version, as my processor) on DVD. I booted it up, but because I also have Microsoft Windows 7 on this disk, I wanted to make it really carefully. I wanted 1st partition for Windows, 2nd partition for Linux and 3rd partition of syncing on Titanic. So I booted it up and I came towards "Disk partitioning" section and it listed 3 partitions, 1st was 20GB, 2nd was couple megabytes and 3rd was probably rest (about 460GB) and I have no idea which is which. Because in reality 1st partition is 75GB with Windows on it., 2nd and 3rd both each were 195GB and totally empty. I don't want to delete my Windows. How do I know which partition is which in openSUSE? Can't I just see 3 normal partitions with pointed which is Windows and choose another one of the 2 for SUSE?