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Last night I tried to install Mandriva Linux on PC, where iI have already Windows 7. In PC I've got 2 128GB SSD and 1 2TB hddHDD. On one SSD I installed Win7, and when I select the other empty SSD for installation, I couldn't format it. I get this message:

ext4 formatting of sdb1 failed

I don't remember what version on linux I tried to install. Is where a problem to have 2 osoperating systems on 2 different hard drives, and have option to choose which os iOS I want to run? How should I format empty ssdSSD to install linuxLinux on it?

Last night I tried to install Mandriva Linux on PC, where i have already Windows 7. In PC I've got 2 128GB SSD and 1 2TB hdd. On one SSD I installed Win7, and when I select the other empty SSD for installation, I couldn't format it. I get this message:

ext4 formatting of sdb1 failed

I don't remember what version on linux I tried to install. Is where a problem to have 2 os on 2 different hard drives, and have option to choose which os i want to run? How should I format empty ssd to install linux on it?

Last night I tried to install Mandriva Linux on PC, where I have already Windows 7. In PC I've got 2 128GB SSD and 1 2TB HDD. On one SSD I installed Win7, and when I select the other empty SSD for installation, I couldn't format it. I get this message:

ext4 formatting of sdb1 failed

I don't remember what version on linux I tried to install. Is where a problem to have 2 operating systems on 2 different hard drives, and have option to choose which OS I want to run? How should I format empty SSD to install Linux on it?

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Can't format SSD during installation ext4 formatting failed

Last night I tried to install Mandriva Linux on PC, where i have already Windows 7. In PC I've got 2 SSD disc 128GB SSD and 1 hdd 2TB hdd. On one SSD I installinstalled Win7, and when I select the other empty SSD for installation, iI couldn't format it. I get this message:

ext4 formatting of sdb1 failed

I don't remember what version on linux I tried to install. Is where a problem to have 2 os on 2 different hard drives, and have option to choose which os i want to run? How should I format empty ssd to install linux on it?

installation ext4 formatting failed

Last night I tried to install Mandriva Linux on PC, where i have already Windows 7. In PC I've got 2 SSD disc 128GB and 1 hdd 2TB. On one SSD I install Win7, and when I select empty SSD, i couldn't format it. I get this message:

ext4 formatting of sdb1 failed

I don't remember what version on linux I tried to install. Is where a problem to have 2 os on 2 different hard drives, and have option to choose which os i want to run? How should I format empty ssd to install linux on it?

Can't format SSD during installation

Last night I tried to install Mandriva Linux on PC, where i have already Windows 7. In PC I've got 2 128GB SSD and 1 2TB hdd. On one SSD I installed Win7, and when I select the other empty SSD for installation, I couldn't format it. I get this message:

ext4 formatting of sdb1 failed

I don't remember what version on linux I tried to install. Is where a problem to have 2 os on 2 different hard drives, and have option to choose which os i want to run? How should I format empty ssd to install linux on it?

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