I want to play around with Windows 8, but cannot use VirtualBox because my laptop, despite being about 3 years old doesn’t support VT-x.
I was going to install it onto a new partition, but I don’t really know much about partitions.
I found out that you can only have 4 primary partitions on 1 hard drive.
At the moment I have:
10GB Recovery Partition
100MB System Reserved, Primary Partition
300GB Boot, Page File, Crash Dump, Primary Partition (Win7)
150GB Primary Partition (Ubuntu)
3GB Primary Partition (Linux-Swap)
How can I get rid of some partitions? Why does Ubuntu need 2 Primary partitions? Why does the 100MB partition need to be primary?
HELP! How can I clean this up to keep Windows 7 (or possible upgrade that to 8) and keep Ubuntu 12.04?