I'm running Ubuntu Karmic, and for some reason it wont mount dvd's. I started having problems when I upgraded to Karmic when it was released. I am able to mount cds jsut fine, just no dvds. A friend gave me another drive to try, and no dice. So i have the disc for maple 13 that I need for school, i pop it in, nothing. I put the dvd in my wifes machine and it works just fine.
I have a Dell Inspiron 1720 running Ubuntu v10.04 with a wireless card. My desktop is a Dell Optiflex running WinXP. The desktop is connected via ethernet cable to a Linksys wireless router. Certain folders on the desktop are set for sharing. Up until early last week I was able to access the desktop folders from the laptop with no issues.
I should preface this by stating that I already use CrunchBang Statler Alpha 2 as my default desktop, where I do the majority of my work as an Application Support Engineer (I deploy web apps). I have a company-provided Dell Latitude D630 laptop running Windows XP that I use to access the Microsoft-centric world: essentially Outlook, Spark IM client, and MS Office. My employer has decid
Long story but it began on windows 7, it would slow down, then freeze, then crash, i would restart the computer and sometimes it would say "no OS detected" so i recovered it. when i did that i was still running into problems, so i just loaded ubuntu as a dual boot.
I`m not sure if this thread belongs here, but I hope you could help me. I`m having some problms with my Dell Inspiron N7010 laptop, I can`t boot it into Windows 7-64bit. After I turn on my laptop, it shows me the dell logo and then black screen with blinking cursor in upper left corner. I tested my HDD with Ultimate Boot CD, ran a long test with seatools, the result is passed.
Ok.. I am an admited NOOB and have officially reached the frustration mark in trying to root my bionic. I've been to a ton of threads from different places and get confusing and outdated info so I thought I'd give it a shot here. Here is what i'm experiencing..
I have tried to root my Bionic using SuperOneClick, Motofail, etc. SuperOneClick gets hung up at step 5 and then stops.