I wanted to install Linux Mint 13 64Bit on my Windows 7 64Bit system.
So I downloaded the iso, mounted it and launched mint4win.exe. The wubi installer started, I set all the options accordingly and started the installation.
After it finished I rebooted and expected to find the same procedure than on Ubuntu 12.04 in the sense that it automatically finishes the installation.
However, with Linux Mint I end up with the desktop, having an icon on it "Install Linux Mint".
Do I still have to do it or is Mint already correctly installed?
When I opened the "Install Linux Mint" I was a bit confused to see the partition manager. See the image attached.
Which partition to choose for the filesystem and for the bootloader?
Can't this be automatised by the installer?
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