I've got a shining new x64 laptop running Windows 7 and I want to dual boot Debian stable.
I've installed Ubuntu on loads of laptops in the past using a USB drive, but I can't find decent instructions for installing Debian like the Ubuntu instructions.
I've installed Debian from CD a couple of times in the past too, but my new machine doesn't have an optical drive.
The questions are:
Which files do I need from the Debian download page?
How do I make the Debian files on a USB drive bootable?
Does the Debian installer have a disk partitioner (like the Ubuntu one does)? Reading the installation guide it seems not to, which would be another hurdle. If this is the case, which partitioner can I use?