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ubuntu.com | Answered on Mar 23, 2015

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Point your web browser at http://www.gmail.com

If another account comes up, sign out of it by clicking the avatar in the upper-right then clicking "Sign out."

If you then still can't sign in to your account, click the "Need help?" link on the sign-in page.

ubuntu.com | Answered on Sep 30, 2014

Try the amd website or ati might have one.

ubuntu.com | Answered on Aug 27, 2014

Download the free edition of EasyBCD (it's boot-up software) and install it in 'C' -Windows. Run EasyBCD... it's very straightforward. It will identify the operating systems on your computer ... choose 'use EasyBCD boot loader' (or similar) and save the changes.

It sounds as though you have somehow lost the boot loader for Ubuntu (it's in C - Windows) when there was an update, which is quite common ..

Using EasyBCD will return your computer to dual-boot

ubuntu.com | Answered on Aug 10, 2014

Click mouse when your cursor is in the middle of some of the original typing... That will tell you what type (font) Libra is using there... Write that down so you'll remember it.. Then move your cursor back to where you want to type.. Chances are, the type will change back to whatever you were last typing.. Go up to the top with your mouse cursor and change the font manually to match what it was originally..... then type on. It should be correct.....

ubuntu.com | Answered on Jun 05, 2014

10.04 is now quite old. The easiest solution is to visit http://www.ubuntu.com/download/desktop and download the latest version.

ubuntu.com | Answered on Nov 29, 2013

I think you are experiencing an Ubuntu Crash . .
Now from my own experience and a little Google, I can tell you some ways to get your Ubuntu out of the crash . . .
Follow the following link and you will surely get out of crash . .

ubuntu.com... | Answered on May 14, 2013

Not sure what you're asking. First what Operating system are you using and is Ubuntu installed to your hard drive or on a virtual drive?
These are the normal procedures for HP Pavilion DV5
  1. Restart the Computer
  2. Press the F11 key to launch the HP Recovery Manager.
  3. When the "Welcome to HP Recovery Manager" window appears, click Next .
  4. When asked to perform a "Microsoft System Restore" , select No, then click Next .
  5. When asked to perform a System Recovery , select Yes, then click Next .
  6. When asked to Backup Files , select the option you want.
When asked to perform a "Recover your computer to original factory condition" , select Next wait for the recovery process to finish.

Hope this helps.

ubuntu.com | Answered on Jul 30, 2012

when you install ubuntu, (or practically any linux) it will give you an option to shrink the windows partition - it then sets up a dual boot for you. Windows doesn't see linux partions at all - so the set up has to be down from the linux partion.

ubuntu.com | Answered on Dec 07, 2011

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