How to put Ubuntu LTS on 16.04.1 disk partition C:/ is not damaging D:/?

Have a laptop, I want to put Ubuntu LTS 16.04.1 have 4 partitions: /dev/sda1(Windows recovery) /dev/sda2 (Windows loader) /dev/sda3 (drive C:/) /dev/sda4 (drive D:/), how to me correctly to deliver, that nothing be lost on drive D:/ (/dev/sda4) and I was able to visit him?

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July 4th 19 at 23:24
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July 4th 19 at 23:26
When you install choose manual partition, choose sda3 as the mount point for the / (root), indicate that you need to format this partition. Other sections can not touch, and you can mount it somewhere in /mnt (e.g. sda4 on /mnt/data/). Just no need to change the file system on the partition or format the partition, and all will be fine :)

I have amicably coexist win, mint, kali, and a shared data partition, so that shouldn't be a problem. Although in any case it is better zabekapit the data. If you don't look hard, it is better in the cloud on mega or mail.
July 4th 19 at 23:28
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