In this tutorial you will learn, to format, enlarge or reduce the size of a partition, especially the system partition (which can't be done using the Windows partition manager).
Warning: Make sure to save your important data on an external drive, as any mishandling may lead to the loss/damage of your data.
- If your system has a dual boot (several OS), formattin the partition might erase the boot loader of one of the installed OS.
- If you accidentally deleted the bootloader you will need to re-install GRUB.
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Creating the Live CD
- Download Ubuntu ISO image and then burn it: https://ubuntu.com/download/desktop.
- Once burned on disk and insert it into your CD/DVD drive.
- Boot from the CD :https://ccm.net/faq/648-boot-devices-modifying-boot-sequence
From the homescreen:
- Select your language and select "Try Ubuntu".
- Once the desktop loaded, go to the "System" tab and then "Administration" > "Gparted partition editor".
- Right-click on the partition you want to format, and then choose "format to" and select the format.
- Once you configured all your settings, go to the Edit tab and click on "Apply all operations."
- Format with the Ubuntu 10.10 Live CD
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