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Install Mint to unallocated partition
I have a 250 GB hard drive with a 39 MB FAT partition, 97.66 GB NTFS Primary partition with Windows OS (and Slacko), 125.43 GB un-allocated, and 9.76GB Dell Restore FAT32. Can I Install Mint to the un-allocated space?