I need to partition my hard drive to install
My current operating system is
I google'd for
"partition hard disk/drive ubuntu" - Not much luck. Anything else you suggest me to google? How to partition my hard drive in Ubuntu?
According to the Ubuntu help docs:
If you only need to use Windows for one day, as you suggested in your comments, then yes, it's easier to install it on a virtual machine so you don't have MBR issues. You can search for
If you want to dual-boot, you need to resize your Ubuntu partition using GParted Live CD or your Ubuntu Live CD (which contains GParted). Then follow one of the answers to this question or one of the many guides online to proceed with the installation process.
Resizing / partitioning with GParted is pretty intuitive, and the answers and guides linked above will guide you through the process. If you're still in doubt, here is a very complete guide on how to use GParted.
This link will help you to make complete partitions of hard drive during installation of windows 7. http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials/52291-partition-hard-drive-windows-7-install.html
Note: But during making partitions your Ubuntu will formated. If you want to remain the Ubuntu partition then GRUB will replace with NTLDR. So next time ubuntu will not loaded.