How To Fix “no root file system defined” Error While Installing Ubuntu

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“No root file system defined” error is very common while installing Ubuntu alongside Windows 7 or above. This is because you did not assign any file-system to be mounted in the root directory (/).
This solution of this issue is very simple:-
1. Select the partition to install Ubuntu.
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2. Click on edit/change to change the file-system use ext4.
3. On the mount field write select “/”.
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4. Proceed to installation.

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