Is this Partition procedure still correct?

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J.Naw
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Is this Partition procedure still correct?

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http://www.linuxbsdos.com/2011/06/11/du ... ndows-7/2/

Been a while (quite a while actually, about a year) that i've been on the forums. if your wondering, my system, is, Actually running quite fine, anyways i'm wondering if its correct. Since, Its for lm11, But, Im pretty sure it does work, Last time i tried it, The computer wouldn't boot. Might've been the systems problem though....
Main: Asus C201p running ArchLinux ARM Dualbooting with ChromeOS

Second: Dell Latitude E4310 | Intel i5 540M 4gb Ram|320gb 7200 rpm Drive|[color=#FF0000Windows 10 64bit.[/color]
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Re: Is this Partition procedure still correct?

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What are you wanting to do. Install another mint using the link, or fix the one that's already installed?
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Re: Is this Partition procedure still correct?

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Redondo wrote:What are you wanting to do. Install another mint using the link, or fix the one that's already installed?
Pretty much install mint, Im trying 15 out right now, cant get my wireless working, since ive got a broadcom 4312.... But not wanting to use the additional driver, since, it doesnt want to work correctly... (Ie: dropping signal)
Main: Asus C201p running ArchLinux ARM Dualbooting with ChromeOS

Second: Dell Latitude E4310 | Intel i5 540M 4gb Ram|320gb 7200 rpm Drive|[color=#FF0000Windows 10 64bit.[/color]
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