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how can i divide my disk drive in two parts after installing windows

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You mean to install another OS to a different partition?
You could repartition the drive by shrinking your drive to make room for another partition.
i have created a new drive by partitioning the drive through 'disk management tool' but my partitioning is dynamic so i can't install windows windows on it but i want to install the windows is there any procedure

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There are many solution to your problem, one of them you can download a virtual window from ms, the other one you may install Ubuntu which creates a partition, or you may install windows like you do normally and create a partition, or format the whole system and create partition, or use some available software to get the required partition, or use cmd commands to do so, or disk management, or use flash memory... etc

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