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Ubuntu did not insall all the way wont let dvd out of player

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Bro you've better check first the hardware system requirements for that operating system before you proceed to installations. Ubuntu hardware system requirements. *CPU 700 MHz or 1GHz of processor *Hard Disk 3GB to 3.5GB of available disk space should be needed. *Memory 256MB or 1GB of RAM *Video Card at least 125MB for VGA graphics interface

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Can I override the bios at startup so that it will recognize a new hard drive - for linux?


There should be no need to play around with your bios settings. Linux will install on a brand new hard drive as the sole operating system, or on an existing hard drive alongside Windows without any problem.

If you haven't already got a Linux distro, have a look at
http://www.ubuntu.com/download/desktop

Download whichever version of Ubuntu you prefer (LTS- the long term support version is recommended).

When the .iso file containing the operating system had downloaded, burn it onto a dvd, or install it on a usb drive.

Insert the dvd into the drive and restart or switch off/switch on the computer. The dvd will then kick in and offer you the choice of trying Ubuntu without installing, or a full install.

If you're using a new, empty hard drive just follow the on screen instructions and Ubuntu will install as the sole operating system.

If you already have Windows on your hard drive Ubuntu will give you the choice of either erasing Windows or installing Ubuntu alongside Windows. It's your choice.

Installing Ubuntu alongside Windows creates a dual boot hard drive. At start up you just choose which OS to use - Windows or Ubuntu. If creating this dual-boot system Ubuntu puts a (Linux) boot loader into the Windows OS so that Linux is recognised.

If you save the Ubuntu file to a usb drive you then have to change the bios settings so that your computer uses USB as the first boot device. Then restart your computer so that it boots in from your usb .. and Ubuntu will begin installing.

Whichever you use - dvd or usb - during the installation process Ubuntu will ask you how many GB of hard drive space it should use? You do not need to physically partition the hard drive. Linux will do it for you.

If it's a desktop PC you are using with Windows on the first hard drive and are fitting a second hard drive to install Linux on, or have installed Linux on the second hard drive .. and find that Linux doesn't appear at start up, it's because there's no Linux boot loader in Windows.

I quit using Windows many years ago.

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Loaded ubuntu and updated now wont boot up


Try creating a CD\DVD of Ubuntu and using the Live boot option. It should load as a non install and let you trouble shoot from there. gl

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Have replaced hard drive and now wish to load UBUNTU operating system. How do I do that?


Download the Ubuntu DVD iso, create the DVD and then boot from the disc.

If you plan on dual booting Windows and Ubuntu, install Windows first leaving some disk space for Ubuntu, Ubuntu will then install and setup the correct boot sequence for you.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PYmuMPJ4iJ8

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Ubuntu did not insall all the way wont let dvd out of player


highlight the drive from "my computer window" right click then eject

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Install Ubuntu


Make sure the computer starts from the cd drive.
see this page for instructions on changing the boot order
http://www.whitecanyon.com/how-to-change-boot-order.php

ones the boot order is set properly insert the cd in the drive and restart the computer.

ubuntu cd/dvd will load and give you some options on the screen, follow the prompts to install ubuntu.

if you need more help read the ubuntu documentation
https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Installation

if the above link is broken try
http://help.ubuntu.com/community/Installation

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Creative ZEN running on UBUNTU


I've had the Zen working fine on various versions of Ubuntu - it's worth upgrading though.

I heard the KZenExplorer isn't really supported that much, I tend to use Gnomad2, it seems the option of choice.

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Download Ubuntu


Hello Eitan,

I will provide you the direct download link for Ubuntu latest version. And this the original version.

Here is the link:

http://www.ubuntu.com/getubuntu/download

You will have two options either you can download the CD version or DVD version. Also you will have the case studis, online support and the documentation for installing Ubuntu.

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Ubuntu dvd problem


You can use VLC instead (videolan.org). It includes the libdvdcss library that will allow you to play even content-scrambled dvds. Or if you'd like to do it the Ubuntu way, you can check this page. It has all the instructions you need to play DVDs.

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