I tried to install Fedora 17 on the same disk I have Windows 7. First I got the message, that there are no free space to create partition, even in Windows part of disk was marked as unallocated. I spent two days to get to know that there's something like dynamic disc. OK. I converted it to basic one using EaseUs tool, which took about 20 hours. Ok, no problem. Now I have basic partition, but Fedora (also GParted) didn't see it. It acts like there was not any partition on my disk and wants to wipe it. I don't want to lose my Win7 partition and data. What should I do?
This is how Win7 sees it (sorry for Polish language): http://i46.tinypic.com/259ansz.png
This is how GParted sees it: http://i47.tinypic.com/i3c5dv.jpg
Message from Fedora is:
"We could not detect partitions of filesystems on this device. This could be because the device is blank, unpartitioned or virtual. If not, there may be data on the device that can not be recovered if you use it in this installation. We can remove the device from this installation to protect the data."
I'm getting really frustrated wasting my time on such stupid things. I have no idea what to do. Can anyone help?