In the computer costs two HDD. On one it is established CentOS 5.3 on other Windows XP. A disk with Linux - SATA with Windows - IDE. My problem to be loaded from disk Live CD and to get acces... [by mkl_sis]
on 02/12/2010 – Made popular on 02/12/2010
Earlier today, I placed an Ubuntu 12.04 disk in my computer to boot into Ubuntu Live. I pressed Esc to get into the boot order setup and chose to boot from the CD-Rom. Everything went smoothly and I used Live for a while. I went to power down the computer and ejected the disk and pressed Enter when it said to, shutting down without a problem.
I downloaded and burned a disk for Centos 6.4 - 64 bit, live cd. When I booted from the disk (on my dell optiplex 745 , upgraded to 4gb ram, but otherwise stock) the system loaded, but I can only a... [by unclestick]
Hello everyone, I was using the x86_64 live installation disk from a usb, on an nv53a laptop, and selected the 'shrink current system' option. After I agreed to write changes to disk, I later got an error after it tried to resize my ntfs partition... Then it crashed and my computer restarted.
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I am trying to do a dual boot with Windows 7 and Ubuntu 13.10 (choose this operating system because my computer has an AMD processor). I created a partition with Windows, equally dividing the hdd, and rebooted Windows a couple of times.