I don't know how to install Gnacktrack side by side along with the windows7. I tried it more than 5 times but i cannot dual boot it. Can anyone help me to install and say how can boot windows as well as Linux?

asked 10 Apr '11, 08:57

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For the future, more specifics would help as most linux distro's have their own little oddities. Partition managers change things as well. Please keep in mind that while folks here are great, they in fact cannot read minds, and so the more details, and actual error messages you give, the more likely you are to receive detailed and meaningful help from someone.

I'm assuming from your message that you are trying to dual boot Gnacktrack and Windows7, what guide did you use? Did you even use a guide? I know there is a youtube video out for Gnacktrack and Windows 7, I would suggest if you haven't already that you look there.


If you have already looked here, then some more info is needed. At what step are you having problems, are there any steps that you are unsure of, or had to guess at what to do. Did anything out of the ordinary happen during the install process. If you return to post more, these are some questions we will need answered before we can actually help.

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answered 10 Apr '11, 09:44

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Excellent response. :)

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