I have Win Vista as operating system. My DVD Drive is not working. I want to replace the OS from Windows Vista to Ubuntu.
Pla guide me by giving details of steps I have to follow
on 07/03/2012 – Made popular on 07/03/2012
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Hey guys, I have a question and I have searched both google and these forums and found similar but not exact questions so sorry if this seems like a repeat.
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