Hi I installed ubuntu 12.04 desktop LTS on my PC using bootable usb created using Unibootin.The installation was successful and I used ubuntu for few days.My PC configuration is low ie I have celeron processor with 1 GB ram so the ubuntu was very slow on this machine therefore I decided to go back to windows XP so I created a windows XP bootable USB but I am not able to boot from this USB.I crea
I downloaded a 32 bit Ubuntu desktop edition from its website recently. I used the process of making the ISO image bootable alike I have done on windows 8/7 on my CD/DVD. but, in this Linux platform, I can't make the ISO image (bootable).
My computer (ultraboook : HP Envy 4 ) wont find the bootable windows usb. Unless its a ubuntu usb it wont show in boot selection (F9). I installed ubnutu as the one and only OS, and now i want to install windows as the only OS. The only problm is that my computer wont boot from the bootable usb. I think it has something to do with the boot settings that ubuntu has made to my computer....
I have downloaded the ubuntu-12.04.4-desktop-1386 ISO image file onto the USB drive. How can I make it bootable? The instructions I read up on appear to be ubuntu programs. So, how do I use XP commands to make it bootable, or is there some software that I can get that will work on XP?