First of all, all I wanted to do was resize 8GB partition, to create a new 4GB partition, in order to copy into Windows7 RC ISO;
GParted worked really good, but I was unable to format/assign letter/whatsoever to this piece of tecnology, inside Windows.
OK, back to B plan in 1 sec (not wanted to waste time on this issue!).
I used the old 4GB memory stick.
I read all 3 post I reported here: How to install Windows 7 from USB Memory Stick.
Unfortunately, DISKPART cannot handle my 4GB, so I had to fly over first 2 links and rely on 3rd: How to Install Windows 7 From USB Drive without Windows 7 ISO DVD.
I followed the instructions step by step and everything worked fine,
except for 2 errata corrige:
mbrwiz /disk=X /active=X
ACTIVE parameter has only 1 or 0 values (1=active, 0=inactive),
bootsect /nt60 Y:
I had to add an extra parameter: /MBR
memory stick didn’t want to boot 😦
Then, Windows 7 RC ready and running. 😉
Guess what I’m going to run first ? Windows7: console freeze on Intel 915GM