I tried making my HP dv6314tx laptop a dual boot system having Vista and Hardy Heron KDE4 remix . I was not able make appropriate partitions and install Hardy . I searched and found a very interesting tutorial which helped me cruise through the installation .
The tutorial describes the method for making partition in Windows Vista because many partition making softwares do not work on Vista . Basically , it tells a method to shrink all the data present on the hard disk on which you want to install Hardy and then use the free space created by shrinking to install Hardy Heron there.
Please take back up of your important data before attempting the method described in the tutorial .
To go the tutorial website , click here
If you feel that amount of free space for installing Hardy is too much or too less , abort installation , go back to Vista and Extend or Shrink as you like.
I hope this will help you.
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