Look into your root drive for these files:
it may see similar to ntdetect.com, but
do not delete ntdetect.com, as it is ms
windows system file.
1. reboot pc into safe mode, by pressing
F8 after bios POST routine.
2. choose safe mode with command prompt.
3. once in, login with administrator
acc ount, be careful.once you are in
you have only one shoot to do this.
4. type the following command into the
black screen that you see.
this will get you to the root of drive.
C :\cd windows\system32
C:\windows\system32\ attrib kavo.exe -h -s -r
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Plug the flash drive into a USB port. Usually it will take a minute or two to load drivers, and will show up in "My Computer" as an additional hard drive (Maybe E: or F:, or some other letter depending on what drives you may already have). Doubleclick on the drive letter to open the folder and drag documents from folders on your PC to this folder. Or you can save documents directly to the flash drive once it's mounted, by navigating to that sam edrive letter in the "Save As.." dialog box.
This is bacause of some invalid entries in the HOST file.
Step 1: Click on C drive then doubleclick windows.
Step 2: Look for System32 and double click on drivers.
Step 3: Look for ETC and a file called hosts.
Step 4: Right Click on Hosts and choose open with. Select Notepad to open it.
Step 5: Delete and entry127.0.0.1 insider.msg.yahoo.com.
Not sure what you mean by "does not initialise". If you mean the CD does not run automatically when placed in the computer, then you will have to open the disk directory and find the setup program to run it manually. On a Windows PC, doubleclick on "My Computer" (should be on the desktop) then doubleclick on the cd drive. You should then see a list of files, one of which ought to be a setup program.
thats simple when inserted you will see a popup that pop up is your new device if you can not see it than doubleclick on computer there u will see the new device the sd card just doubleclick on it and it will open
Just insert the CD in your hard drive and wait for the splash screen, but if it does not appear, open up explorer and go to your CD drive folder and find autorun. Doubleclick on that so the splash screen appears. It has the choices and options for installation. Another way is to go to your BIOS and make your PC boot to your CD drive, then insert CD in drive and restart. It will come up with the Ubuntu live installation.
HEY EVERYONE I FIXED THE DOUBLECLICK PROBLEM, can't belive i can use
this mouse again, i peel off the bottom sticker foot. removed the QC
sticker from the screw and removed screw, got top off, under the left
click button there is a little black box with a thin white button, i
carefully with a small flat head screwdriver lifted the black box
slighty off its connection then pushed it back down again. i did this
with the mouse plugged in blue lights on and everything. it instanly
worked fine. hope this works for anyone else