Hi, I am currently using [COLOR="Red"]Windows 7 professional (64-bit)[/COLOR] in my desktop. But i want to use Linux concurrently to Windows. Every time i try to install Linux using Live-CD,[COLOR="red"] it gets struck in the process[/COLOR]. I just see the Icon for a few minutes then my PC hangs. I don't know what the problem is. So, [COLOR="Green"]please help me.[/COLOR] I have tried to install [COLOR="green"]Ubuntu 11.04/10.10 and Zorin 5[/COLOR]. The same thing happens. Also, I have every drive partitioned in[COLOR="green"] NTFS System[/COLOR]. As far as i heard linux needs the drive to be in[COLOR="Red"] ext3 [/COLOR]system, am i right?

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Hello Last year I tried Ubuntu on a live CD on my mother's laptop that had Windows Vista. She didn't like it, so we didn't install it. For some time we had been thinking about upgrading to Windows 7, and yesterday we did. So her laptop has Windows 7 now, but when we turn it on, it asks if we want to boot Windows 7 or Ubuntu. I don't even know where Ubuntu might be, I thought the live CD thing would necessarily be temporary. And let me just add... I don't know if this is related, [B]maybe I will …

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