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I need step by instruction to instal linux with vista

I'm running Vista in one partition and I have created a 2nd partition for Linux
when trying to install Linux it looks like that it wants to install in the Vista
partition. Vista is on C: drive and I have created a 'L' drive for vista.
Also how can I get to install s/w for Linux??? It seems that all I get is a green screen with one empty folder???
I'm confused!!! :(

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The "partition" for installing LinuX must not be "created". It must be "free disk space".
As rogervista said, boot with your Linux installation CD/DVD and find and delete the so called "L" partition, and then create in that free space the LinuX partitions

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To solve this problem you have to make a partition form the outside of windows
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1 - delete the partition you made in vista
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2- download from the internet an Fdisk bootable floppy OR use Puppy linux live cd and run gpart from menu > setup > gpart
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3- folloe the intructions on the fdisk program and then install linux
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