I already have Ubuntu 14.04 installed on my laptop. But it's not working properly. I've a related thread here. I urgently require an audio/video cutter like ffmpeg, avconv etc. to be installed which isn't happening in the current system. So, the need to install a fresh one where I will install the cutter.
I want to install again the same OS but where! For that please look at my existing hard disk in my laptop.
See, I've Windows on sda2 & sda3. But it's not working any more & so I'm interested to delete sda2 & install the new Ubuntu 14.04 there. But I need 3 partitions for the new installation. If I delete sda2, then can I install Ubuntu 14.04 by creating 3 partitions? I'm doubtful as already there is 1 extended & 3 primary. So, if I delete one primary (sda2), then how to get the 3 partitions as logical partitions can't be made inside primary!!
Another method: Just now something striked my mind. Shall I create only root (or boot even required) partition on sda2 & use the other partitions (/home etc) from the existing ones?