Problem with Dell Inspiron 1520 - dual boot: Windows XP and Ubuntu.
After updating Ubuntu 11.10 to Ubuntu 12.04 shutdown->restart function is not working.
Another problem: starting Grub (version 0.97) menu screen shows old Ubuntu 11.10 entries.
After selecting 11.10 entry, Logon screen shows Ubuntu 12.04 title.
Restart function does not work before or after logon.
Have a Dell D830 (Ubuntu 13.04) with a Sata HDD caddy in the Cd/Dvd Bay. Win 7 is installed there. In Gparted it shows up as "unalloacated" Space. Win 7 boots & works perfectly. From grub menu & boot menu from hddy caddy in F12 boot menu. Anyone any Ideas?
I installed Ubuntu and after completing the steps at the website and rebooting my computer shows a menu to choose between Ubuntu and windows 7.
When I choose Ubuntu it shows that it is completing installation and a dialogue box appears which shows the status of "copying files..." and then after a few seconds it shows "almost finished copying files" and it remains like that.
I have the windows XP media edition running on my Dell Inspiron E1405 with all the hardware working properly. Recently i wipe out the windows and installed the Ubuntu 12.04 LTS using the CD and the installation process completed successfully but my wireless stopped working after.
Computer wireless indicator turned off and I can't even do the wired connection as well.
I have dell insprion n5010 500 gb hd,4gb ram 1gb intell HD graphics i installed ubuntu 12.10 i'm a new person to linux while playing videos the player keep on struggling also the system start up time is too slow. help to improve it
I have dell insprion in that there is option to disable the battery charging in windows but in linux not how to enable this option
I have both Fedora and Ubuntu installed on a Dell Inspiron E1505. Everything has worked well for over a year! Then suddenly today, while working on Fedora, I get this blue pattern all over the screen. I reboot and notice that it is already visible from the dell splash page. I try Ubuntu, and it shows up on Ubuntu.
I initially tried running Ubuntu off of a USB flash drive but the files got deleted, now when i boot my laptop it shows both Windows 7 and Ubuntu operating systems but the Ubuntu system says its missing a file and cant run it
After the files where lost i downloaded Ubuntu on a CD and installed it into my hard drive following the instructions on the installation menu but the same error message show
I just recently started using Ubuntu (12.04) since a few weeks ago and noticed that the interface is very slow and sluggish: On Dash, I have to type the entire app name and wait a few seconds before it shows up in the search box, and a bit later before it displays search result
Opening new files or applications takes also quite long and awkward
Dragging icons or moving app windows around is not