This is a similar question to my previous one.
I now am trying to get Backtrack5 onto a separate partition of my main hard drive with windows but the site says that I need a clean hard drive. Is there anyway around this?
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You probably looked at the How to install to a harddisc documentation, you should be using use the dual boot option (assuming your separate partition is not used by Windows, see comment).