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Check the "Allow Passthrough" box. Having a problem installing a new program? The distros will either 1) Setup the process for booting windows and themselves, 2) Change the boot loader to Lilo (The distros based on Slackware seem to do this. 3) Offer Try this. check over here

Until I unfortunately did an update. But I must have done somthing wrong cause I failed to log in to the forum. Please Help! 00:02:29.957 Guest Log: BIOS: Booting from CD-ROM... 00:03:10.489 PIIX3 ATA: LUN#2: CD-ROM passthrough cmd=0x28 sense=3 ASC=0x11 ASCQ=0x0 VERR_DEV_IO_ERROR 00:03:10.490 Guest Log: BIOS: int13_cdrom: function 42, status 04 ! 00:03:27.643 Suggested reading: As in the original article it would benefit the reader to read: http://www.pclinuxonline.com/wiki/BootloaderFAQ Searching google for multibooting also yields many items of interest.

I started with Ubuntu cause I trusted that work. Best regards Nooby PS I go to bed now, has to go up early next morning. Once this is done you will just edit the resulting /boot/grub/menu.lst file to correct the systems which were not correctly recognized.

Here you will find any type of live CD, from a small system to a special distro for mastering lisp. Right now I am favoring Slackware. Often the system will be identified as Linux on hdd12 while you will want to edit this line to read: Slackware 12.0 on hdd12. It is 22.40 PM here locally Oh sorry, didn't occur to me that your shutdown issues came from a Wubi-generated install; that changes the context of the issue entirely.

tuxcantflyOctober 3rd, 2007, 06:29 AMThanks for such detailed answer. As root I did a lot of netconf and drakconnect. i tried removing 2, replacing 2, etc. Please start a New Thread if you're having a similar issue.View our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site.

Short URL to this thread: https://techguy.org/886719 Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Log in with Google Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? However I did get to the desktop, but Debian is not looking to healthy. If this is a repeat of another post I am sorry I searched for an answer on my own last night for nearly 3 hours. tuxcantflyOctober 4th, 2007, 08:53 PMOoops I've done it again, being in wrong forum.

I'm not sure I can make it work. Cheers tuxcantflySeptember 12th, 2007, 08:29 PMThis laptop has a build in intel 830MG controller. But the LAN gave maybe what I need. because at the moment it hangs before even getting onto the live cd, so woundering if this would be a viable option?

December 28, 2004 Mandrake 10.1 Community I had downloaded Mandrake 10.1 Community a few months ago with intent on using it on my desktop PC. Cheers Apt403August 22nd, 2007, 05:06 AMHow long should the partition portion of the install take to complete? As a noob it is safer for me to wait until Gutsy is on UNetbootin. I downloaded the driver, used the rpm -i to install it.

Basically, if using LILO, use this combination: acpi=ht nolapic. Now select the install option and in each case you will want to select the manual partition option. thanks for caring about my problem. Do a fresh install of lubuntu-fake-pae which is 13.04.

Also you will want to click the verify data box on the K3b window to insure that your new CD is correct. woe unto us! I rather blindly and haphazardly deleted all of them except for the XP one and a ca. 300 MB swap partition, and created a new one for the Ubuntu partition with

I have a computer with an empty HDD, and Slax Linux on a bootable USB stick.

See the errata for more information. If this was a live CD, the system will load up and you will instantly know that all your hardware is usable with this version of Linux. I have to read more about the kernel. P.s.

Urpmi from command-line wasn't working so I tried rpmdrake from the menu. o_O ""Difference between a virus and windows ? I have a hunch that for some reason the xubuntu-desktop packages weren't downloaded and installed... I know this had worked at sometime in the past :-/ I will attach a full example error log Changed 8 years ago by jiragh attachment error_log.txt added Error log mentioned

I seem to remember a little headache getting signed up at LXLE but you can do it if I can. Are you deleting/abandoning the old kernel when you compile a new one? Yes you are. MS3FGX View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries Visit MS3FGX's homepage!

Yes try that one first if it don't work then try the NO PAE one. By joining our community you will have the ability to post topics, receive our newsletter, use the advanced search, subscribe to threads and access many other special features. The install was fast and great and worked like a charm. Here are the steps it took to get 12.04 LTS working on this non-PAE machine: Installed 11.10 again from scratch using the option to completely remove 9.10 and replace it Installed

Once this is complete the file icon will vanish from your desktop. I'm on fiber LAN connection to a Switch? You will soon have a properly edited menu.lst file with all your systems correctly named and all bootable. I then select Reset and the VM restarts and fails again.

In C:\config.sys, do you see anything saying "grub", "ubuntu", or "grldr"? Went to LXLE forum to ask about sound problem, and I can't even register to the forum. By the way, this problem has persisted from my previous kernel (2.6.16, I believe) all the way to my current 2.6.23. So, what I needed to do was partition my hard drive and make the Inspiron a dual boot machine.

The best idea is to have a broadband Internet connection. Message: DNS_ERROR_STANDBY_KEY_NOT_PRESENTNumeric code: 9117 (0x239D)Meaning: The specified signing key does not have a standby key to revoke. All in all, the install was smooth and simple.