Question about Packard Bell iMedia 6826 (P481000502) PC Desktop
I have wiped my HDD and loaded ubuntu 9.04 which will boot up from cold.(computer unplugged). Go for a restart...no way. xubuntu does the same thing but will not install to the HDD. I believe the problem is with the BIOS on these machines as I have had no problems with 2 other self assembled machines. As I understand it there is an embedded "tatoo" on these machines placed jointly with PB and MS into the BIOS. There is an update from the PB site which looks as it could resolve the problem, but HOW? Any ideas guys? Nick.
My Packard bell laptop hard drive was changed and it will not boot up how do i format it.
Posted on Oct 06, 2009
Ubuntu requires high graphic memory on your computer. It could install on some components but it doesn't work on whole installation process. If you are having a desktop machine, add graphic/video card to the motherboard so that Ubuntu will finally be installed in your computer.
Posted on Jun 20, 2009
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