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1 or 0, yes or no, true or false, it's all boolean baby. Anyways, Repartition="Yes" will cause Windows Setup to destroy all your partitions and make one big partition. If you want that, set it to yes. Repartition="No" causes Windows Setup to install Windows on the first available partition, keeping your existing partition table intact.

There is no user input either way, it just depends on what you want Windows Setup to do.

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Yeah, if you want to set 1 for Repartition, you must backup the important file.

If you don't have important file, then you can use that.

It is not recommended for MIS in the big company unless they have "backup" concept.

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