Question about ASUS G1SN-A1 Gaming Notebook PC
Install within Windows for dual boot. Piece of cake. There should be no reason to change BIOS.
Posted on Nov 07, 2012
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Ubuntu 10.10 Latest Version
which can repair what windows has ruined and is unable to fix fix the problem
either burn it to a disk as an iso and install
you might have burn it to an iso first then boot from the cd rom to install ubuntu or you might just try to install ubuntu directly from the download if it does not install you might save it to a folder then burn it as an iso http://download.cnet.com/active-iso-burner/3000-2646_4-10602452.html
once your computer has corrected and installed ubuntu you will be able to reinstall windows
or keep ubuntu and install windows next door to it
you can have a dual boot computer with both windows and ubuntu linux you will need to partition your hard drive to do this
is a free partition program
hope this helps
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