I searched for an answer, but was unable to find...
1. I have little knowledge of Ubuntu, I am using 12.10 (I tried Ubuntu several years ago).
2. I built a computer, ufei bios, multiple hard drives, SSD and two sata 6. Windows 7 is on the SSD, (drive C:), Ubuntu is on a sata 6 (drive F:).
Well, firstly I reset my computer to factory settings (without knowing that Ubuntu was going to stay still). After setting up, I found out that Ubuntu was staying still at the start up boot manager, when I clicked it, it gave me errors. Ubuntu 12.04 also stole my 18GB hard drive. Now, I can’t find Ubuntu uninstaller in my programs whether I can’t find Ubuntu file in my C drive.
I'm trying to install Fedora 18 (64-bit KDE) on my new SATA hard drive via a Live DVD. Unfortunately, the hard drive is not being detected by the Installer. I've never had this problem before. As an experiment, I tried plugging in my current IDE hard drive with Fedora 17 (64-bit KDE), and the Installer couldn't read that either.
Have Ubuntu installed on a 1TB SATA 3 Hard Drive. Also have Windows 7 installed on a separate 1TB SATA 3 Hard Drive. Unplugged Windows Hard Drive before installing Ubuntu as previous versions of Linux always destroyed my Windows installation. What will happen when I plug in the Hard Drive with Windows 7?