How to Convert Unallocated space to Free Space in Window 7?

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August 9, 2017 at 10:19:29
Specs: Windows 7, RAM=2GB
I am using Window 7 ultimate on Intel Core 2 Do E4600 @2.40GHz. RAM = 2GB. 64-Bit Operating system. I am Trying to Install Kali Linux As a Dual Boot with Window 7 Ultimate. But i Created a New partitioin by shrinking a Drive. And created an Unallocated space of about 55GB. But when i install the Kali Linux i does not show there. I am getting problem finding it. Then after watching some video tutorial i think unallocated space should be converted into free space. But i am getting problem in it.
I have to Use The manual partition in the Kali installation because "Guided-Use the Large Space ....."
option does not show there.
If any one can solve it. Please help me!
Sorry for my poor English!

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August 9, 2017 at 13:10:00
1st of all, you should get more RAM. 2GB isn't enough to provide decent performance with a 64-bit OS.

Unallocated space needs to converted to a partition & then formatted. Try installing Easeus Partition Master Free Edition & configuring your HDD thru Windows. Once you have it setup, pop in the Kali DVD & follow the instructions. BTW, Kali is an odd choice since it's generally used for "penetration testing & ethical hacking". What are you planning to do with it?

https://www.easeus.com/partition-ma...

http://distrowatch.com/?newsid=09812


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