I recently downloaded and installed Linux Mint 4 64-Bit on a notebook already loaded with Windows 7. Prior to installation I had created a 100GB partition where I would install Linux. During installation, I was given 3 options:1)Install alongside Win7 2)Replace Win7 3)Something else (manage partitions). I actually went with option 1. Once it was done, it seemed to work ok but I can't tell on which drive it has been installed. The 100GB blank partition is still unused, and when I go to Disk Mgmnt in Windows, the other partitions are the Recovery and OS (where Win7 is located). In Linux I only see the OS drive in "Computer", I'm not sure whether it was installed on the same partition as Win7 (I'm new to Linux). Not I want to uninstall it and during installation choose option 3 and manually set it to install to the 100GB partition, though I'm not sure how to uninstall and remove Linux when I'm not sure where it's located. I heard one should first restore window's MBR and the remove the Linux partition.