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Update: Recently I have started to experiment with Ubuntu (8.10 Intrepid Ibex and 9.04 Jaunty Jackalope), my experience has been largely positive. At least, this is how I remember the menu . . My memory really is terrible. Toshiba provide a utility to format the "C:" partition as NTFS, which is recommended, I was happy to leave the other partitions as Linux can write to these and so they check over here

One of my friends is using Linux because she says microsoft sucks. X which of these linux os is best? The rest of the set up was very smooth (and very similar to Niall Brady's screen shots of installing Suse 10 from linux-noob.com). My key pressing went ignored.

I my case the installer found the ext2 partition and proceeded to reformat it to provide the appropriate partitions, 1.5GB Ext3, 8.8GB ReiserFS and 13 GB ReiserFS (I didn't create a I am just hoping maybe someone has some type of idea if they went through it themselves. does it use a point and click interface? One is running Linux, the other one Windows XP.

So I reinstalled Linux, and now I have more partitions than I started with. Thanks again! # posted by Al S. : 12:16 AM, May 27, 2006 I am trying to do a network install, but it freezes everytime at the same point - Can any one please explain all this to me, step by step, slowly(!) and in plain English because I'm stupid and even now I barely know what I'm talking about. or Linux?Fred on How come there are games for Microsoft, but not much for Apple Inc.

It's a great help. # posted by Vicky : 11:25 PM, September 14, 2006 Thanks a lot. Could not read from the selected boot disk. This can be corrected manually, after a long search of the forums this was the best method I could find: Open a terminal, the easiest way is to use Alt+F2, then have a peek at these guys As I not to familiar with SUSE Linux... ... .. . #2 elmer92413, Sep 8, 2006 ChonChon Banned Joined: Dec 3, 2005 Messages: 813 Likes Received: 0 this is what

The downside of doing it this way is that you only have access to limited support and documentation. Mandrake, do you know why I drink only grain alcohol and rainwater? ? usaf_sp View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries Find More Posts by usaf_sp 09-10-2006, 09:51 AM #5 FireFerum Member Registered: Apr 2004 Location: Lawrenceville, Everything was going smoothly, but this is my first time installing linux, and something must have gone wrong.

I then added the following line to boot.ini: "c:\linux.bin" = "Suse Linux 10.1"I thought that would be it... additional hints Sixth: Rebooted computer and all is good. Computer Help Oct 23, 2016 URGENT advice needed!! The CD should not be created as the normal data CD. # posted by nileshbansal : 1:44 AM, June 04, 2006 Thankyou very much Nilesh, Its helped and I do

Find More Posts by FireFerum 09-14-2006, 03:37 PM #11 FireFerum Member Registered: Apr 2004 Location: Lawrenceville, GA Distribution: Debian Posts: 115 Original Poster Rep: FIXED: I googled "linux ntldr" check my blog Do you have to know a lot about command line and do you have to build your operating system? Faulty IDE cable PCI card or HDD 2. This usually happens because I have it run when I go to bed and of course the darn thing finishes while I'm sleeping so I haven't a clue what happens right

and here a few other links... Hence, drive G was created. Put the burned DVD in and reboot... http://divxeo.com/dual-boot/windows-linux-dual-boot-time-issue.html ChonChon Banned Joined: Dec 3, 2005 Messages: 813 Likes Received: 0 im on a Windows XP Pro SP2 system and need to dual boot SUSE Linux 10.1 effectively and fully working.

The partitions were still split up the same, but with different names. Tips and troubleshooting advice from the Laptop repair guy. You can change this preference below.

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Improper partitioning of your drive 3. It was the only one I could find that had a free trial and was a .exe installer file. If you add more software or data it is a good idea to make a backup before going any further, to do this I used Paragon Drive Copy, but there are This can be changed by opening YaST then going to System > Boot Loader and changing the default setting .

I'm really out of ideas on what to try. Symantec is NOT very helpful. Hence, drive G was created. http://divxeo.com/dual-boot/dual-boot-windows-vista-and-linux-mint.html I'm a new user but pretty tech savy..

Friday, January 7th, 2011 at 02:01 Comments (2) I do not have any experience on anything but windows xp and want to try linux « previous entries Next Page » This problem should be straight forward to repair using the Windows XP CD, without any data loss... I do not have an installer CD for XP because it came pre-installed. It may take a minute or two.

Search this Thread 09-09-2006, 04:11 PM #1 FireFerum Member Registered: Apr 2004 Location: Lawrenceville, GA Distribution: Debian Posts: 115 Rep: Suse 10.1 and Windows XP Dual Boot Restart issues about WordPress, BlueHost, Hostgator & Linux? Why are you formatting? I left it on for hours thinking it's just slow...