Originally Posted by Rageaholic
Do you mean on the slider thing? it goes from 52% to 100, I have a 160GB HD, so the lowest it goes is to 76.4GB
I would shrink the partition to at least 145gb, so you have 15 (or more) gigabytes for linux. What size you choose is not so important, just so long as you have enough room for a running OS. (Hence the 15gb minimum. That'll fit Ubuntu and a nice selection of additional programs.)
@ KloroFormed: I started the morning with Arch, then went to Zenwalk, SuSe, Debian, then back to Arch. :/ I've decided tonight though that I'm going back to Gentoo, and staying there. I used it for several months a little while ago, and for me, that's a long time for a linux distro.
Must say something for Gentoo, right?