Hi! Well guys, here's the problem: I am installing Windows 7 Ultimate 64bits on my computer, and I wish to use 2 partitions. I managed to get to the disc manager screen at boot, where I formated and excluded the partition (disk). In the first try, I saw that the system created a partition called System Reserve. Did a little search and found how to deal with that. Ok, everything fine, going to install again. At the same disk manager boot screen, I formated, excluded and created a new partition. It now has 2 partitions, System Recover (100MB) and Disk 1 Partition 1 with 465.7gb. I excluded the second one so I could extend the first partition, but it became Unnalocated. Extended the first one to half the size of the HD, and formated both again. The first one is now Disk 1 Partition 1 (but it doesn't have 235.8gb left, it has 235.7 left, something wrong I did? The files of System Recover are still in the partition? I saw the article here at MDL and it seemed that the guy had just all space of the HD, not 100mb used, even after format) and the second one was still Unnalocated. I didn't know where to install it, so I installed on the second one, but when logging-in I couldn't see the first partition at My Computer. Opened the Disk Manager at Windows 7, where I can create partitions, and saw the first one, but it didn't have a letter to it, so I named it E:. It appeared at My Computer, but I'm not totally sure if I did everything right, and if it was better if I just installed the OS in the first partition. What could I do here?