Thanks for a reply. I was able to partition(shrink) the drive(the only
drive) and further partition it as I was trying to do earlier through
fedora's partition manager and could not. This time I gave windows a chance
that I do need a dual boot instead of just removing windows off my system.
Well, let's see if it works.
But this here brings me to another question, I used to keep a separate swap
space with debian distributions and have been out of touch for couple of
years now. So, I am wondering if things have changed since then.
Another question is, if all goes well, should I have the new boot loader on
the linux partition or on the windows partition. Or should i create another
100MB for this?
Thanks in advance.