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From: Kingston upon ...
Welcome to Morphzone.
If you haven't used MorphOS before it's easy to miss such things. HDConfig allows you to set the filesystem to be used, but doesn't actually format it for you.
In HDConfig make the HFS partition about 64MB in size (doesn't need to be exactly 64MB though) and resize the other partition to take up the remaining space. (Boot is only used to store data used during booting, so making it so big is just wasted of disk space).
After saving your changes and existing HDConfig, right-click on the desktop and select Utilitiies>Format Disk from the menus. Format both your partitions with the appropriate filesytems.
You should be good to continue on from there with the installer.
Rich[ Edited by boot_wb 26.01.2013 - 16:39 ]
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