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You can reformat your Asus eePC 100h notebook using an Ubuntu Live USB.Here is how to make one:
1. Download an Ubuntu ISO Disk image from www.ubuntu.com or a debian ISO image file from www.debian.com.
2. You can also use an existing Live CD to create an ISO Disk image with if you have a working PC around.Many free tools exist for creating disk images.I suggest Ashampoo Burning studio or CDBurnerXP.Search for them on google.
3.Get your hands on a working PC that has Windows XP/Vista/7 installed on it.
4. Download the UnetBootIn utility from http://unetbootin.sourceforge.net/unetbootin-windows-latest.exe.
5.The procedure for creating the Disk Image is as follows:
(a)Requirements:1 GB or larger USB drive, formatted as FAT32(most USB drives come formatted as FAT32 by default, but if you need to format it, on Windows, go to My Computer->right click your USB drive->format.
On Windows XP, you must be logged on as an administrator; on Windows Vista and above, you will be prompted for permissions via UAC. On Windows, the UnetBootIN software looks like this:
Follow the guided prompts on the software to make your Live USB drive, and be careful to select the corrrect linux distribution on the window. When done, safely remove the flashdrive from the PC and plug it in your Asus eeePC 100h notebook. Boot up your notebook and press the F2 Key as the system starts up and select the USB flash drive as the first boot device(You can also do the same from the BIOS setup). When you boot up with the Ubuntu Live USB, select "Try Ubuntu without installing" option to run the Live OS on RAM. When the system boots up completely, go to System>Administration>Gparted and the Gparted Disk utilitty will run. From the Gparted menu, select the appropriate partition you want to format or modify. You can read more on Gparted here. When you are done partitioning and formating your HDD as you desire, you can also install Windows XP/Vista/7 from a FlashDrive by following the instructions below:
1.Get your hands on a working PC with Windows XP/Vista/7 installed. 2.Download the WinToFlash utility from http://wintoflash.com/download/en/ 3.Install the application on the PC. 4.Once you are done,insert a Windows XP CD in the PC's optical disk drive and follow the installation instructions from WinToFlash. By default, the installation path for Windows XP files on the drive is DRIVE LETTER:/Windows/system32. See the screenshot below for more details:
You mean, you burn the CD in your PC but you can't play it in external CD player ? Maybe you didn't burned it in "movie" mode, just burned in "data" mode. As you know, CD player can't play .avi or .mkv or other video formats. They only can play movie in .DAT format, and when you burn in "make a movie" mode, the burner will convert your movie to this format so you can re-open your movie via CD player. Or there is an error during the burning time, if this happen then you have to re-burn your movie into another CD.
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There are a few ways you can do this. First would be to obviously get an external cd-rom. Im assuming you dont want to do that... Second, you could use another computer to put a copy of an operating system on a USB stick. You could then boot from the usb stick:
Windows XP guide: http://www.eeeguides.com/2007/11/installing-windows-xp-from-usb-thumb.html
Alternately, you could install ubuntu from a netinstall, but that will not get rid of windows. It will just give you the ability to boot ubuntu in case windows is corrupted. http://wubi-installer.org/
Ok do not worry this may mean two things crached hard drive or a corrupted hard drive all you have to do is turn it on but let the red ligth be on turn it on do not remove your finger from the button until it go's off again turn it on again keep your finger until it makes a sound but still do not remover your finger untill it makes two sounds after eachouther take your finger of fast nou a screen will apear say restore sestem untill your ps3 works again it take 1-4 trys and if nothing happens you must format it.HOPE I WAS USEFULL PLZZ RATE ME AND IF THERE IS ANYTHING ELS EMAIL ME TO firstname.lastname@example.org I DO PS1,2,3,DVD PLAYERS AND PC sorry for my spelling i am only 13 and i Afrikaans BUT PLZZZ RATE ME.thanks
I think it would make the most sense to reinstall Vista with a functional Vista disc (should be DVD). Alternatively you can check HP's Website for XP drivers which may not exist if it came with Vista. You could also reinstall Ubuntu. If you want a dual boot with Ubuntu you should install Windows first and Ubuntu will provide that option when setting it up and allow you to resize the Windows partition and create separate partitions for Ubuntu.
you have to download the sound drivers and install the software..can't give you the exact driver as haven't specified much about your PC. still try to download one of the common driver like realtek- Ac97... from the following URL .. http://www.realtek.com.tw/downloads/downloadsView.aspx?Langid=1&PNid=14&PFid=23&Level=4&Conn=3&DownTypeID=3&GetDown=false
or try to download other audio drivers and install it...your problem would be fixed.