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I’mattempting to install parrot os dual boot with windows 10. im getting an error saying no partition howeveri have 49 g unallocated. any ideas?
Follow our guide for Dualboot with Windows - Parrot Documentation
Let us know if you have any further issues.
If you have an UEFI system, be sure that your hard drive is formatted with GPT partition table.
It is properly formatted and I’ve done everything according to the installation guide. My bios does not have the csm option. Secure boot is turned off.
When I need Windows for work or want to use any other operating system, I prefer running it as a virtual machine (which actually works quite nicely from Parrot OS). So, I do not have any direct experience dual booting a Linux system. However, these articles might help:
Interestingly, the first begins: “One of the most confusing and intimidating parts of installing Linux for dual-booting with Windows is the disk partitioning required” (Watson, 2016). I myself have been struggling to run Alpine as a virtual machine for comparable reasons. I’ll figure it out eventually. Hope those articles help you do the same for your dual boot of Parrot with Windows.
I’ll watch them. Hopefully it will help. Thank you for your time.
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